Von Miller settles down with the Bills after leaving LA Rams

ORCHARD PARK, New York (AP) – Memories are so fond, the ties formed so tight that Von Miller couldn’t say anything negative about the Los Angeles Rams even as the new Buffalo Bills passer prepared to face his former NFL opener season Thursday night.

“They came and took me at a time when I really needed it. They revived me,” Miller said on Sunday, before mentioning the many friendships he has forged—from defensive interventionist Aaron Donald to Equipment Manager Brendan Burger—in his short and successful stint with the Rams.” I could never hate Los Angeles.”

What also applies to the active NFL captain in the sacks is how warm he is to his new surroundings. After all, Miller willingly admitted his decision to leave the bright lights of Hollywood and his second Super Bowl with Buffalo until the moment the 33-year-old signed a six-year contract in March.

“I still remember it like yesterday, Coach McDermott saying, ‘It’s Buffalo. ‘I know it doesn’t have optics, but you’ll learn to love this place,’ Miller said, referring to Bills coach Sean McDermott.

“When he said that, I thought it was part of the recruiting plan,” he added. “But being here in western New York… I feel like home. I fell in love with the place, and it’s getting better and better every day.”