By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Denver Broncos are already without start linebacker Von Miller.
Miller, who is suspended for the first six games of this season after failing the NFL’s substance abuse policy, now has an open warrant out for his arrest. The warrant in California has come to light after his failure to appear for a traffic ticket, which was issued in 2012.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has not handed down suspensions for traffic citations. But with Miller already suspended, he could extend Miller’s suspension to additional games.
The NFL wanted to suspend him longer before settling on six games in the summer time. Goodell has been extremely tough on repeat offenders.
Earlier this morning, it was released that Miller was cited for a traffic violation last week, as he cannot seem to stay out of trouble. The 24-year-old is a great talent on the field, but has been troubled off the field.
Within the past year, he has been posted for driving without a license twice. He was also arrested in August, as he attempted to buy a firearm.
Miller has played in 31 games for the Broncos, and has 30 sacks in the two years. He also has 134 yards and one interception return for a 26-yard touchdown.