ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported suspended Broncos OLB Von Miller unsuccessfully tried to corrupt the NFL drug testing program.
CBS Sports reports there isn't an arrest warrant out for suspended Broncos SLB Von Miller in California, but rather a bench warrant for an unpaid speeding ticket.
The Denver Post reports there is an open warrant out for suspended Broncos SLB Von Miller in California.
Commissioner Roger Goodell has the authority to add to Von Miller's current six-game suspension.
Broncos SLB Von Miller was cited for speeding and driving with a suspended license last week.
FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports suspended Broncos SLB Von Miller was originally facing only a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, but more games were tacked on for "further violation during (Miller's) appeal."
NFL suspended Broncos SLB Von Miller six games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirmed on NFL Insiders that Broncos SLB Von Miller will not avoid an NFL suspension.
ESPN reports Broncos SLB Von Miller's suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy could be officially announced as early as Monday, and that he's facing "at least" a six-game ban.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Broncos SLB Von Miller's four-game suspension appeal "could" take place next Tuesday.
ABC Denver reports Broncos SLB Von Miller was arrested Sunday for failing to appear in court.
Broncos SLB Von Miller's four-game suspension appeal will be heard on Thursday, August 15.
The Denver Post confirms a previous USA Today report that Von Miller's four-game suspension was not triggered by a failed drug test.
Citing "those close" to Von Miller, USA Today reports the Broncos are "confident" Miller will win his appeal of his four-game suspension for allegedly violating the NFL's drug policy.