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Sport It's Miller time! Broncos star in terrific shape after COVID-19 battle

02:11  18 july  2020
02:11  18 july  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

It's Miller time! Broncos star in terrific shape after COVID-19 battle

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Denver Broncos star pass rusher Von Miller was one of the first NFL players to announce he tested positive for COVID-19. He also shared how serious the coronavirus pandemic is after going through his battle.

a baseball player holding a bat: Watch out, NFL quarterbacks. Von Miller looks like he’s ready to dominate the league once again. © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Watch out, NFL quarterbacks. Von Miller looks like he’s ready to dominate the league once again. a baseball player holding a bat: Watch out, NFL quarterbacks. Von Miller looks like he’s ready to dominate the league once again. © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Watch out, NFL quarterbacks. Von Miller looks like he’s ready to dominate the league once again.

The good news is he’s fully healthy once again and looks to be ready to take back his spot atop the league’s hierarchy of top edge rushers in 2020.

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Check out these images Miller shared on Twitter Friday as he and the rest of the NFL’s players prepare for training camp. The dude looks absolutely shredded.

Watch out, NFL quarterbacks. Miller looks like he’s ready to dominate the league once again.

Miller coming off a down year with subpar stats

Last season, Miller had a frustrating campaign that did not live up to his own high standards. He logged eight sacks, which is great for most mortals but nothing near what fans have grown to expect from the dynamic speed rusher.

Before the 2019 campaign, Miller had never failed to tally double-digit sacks in any year other than his suspension-shortened 2013 season. From 2014-18, he piled up 63 sacks for an average of 12.6 sacks per season. In 135 career games, he has 106 sacks — amazing production by any measure.

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  Bucs TE Cameron Brate reveals he had coronavirus Brate said he is fully recovered from COVID-19 and encouraged people to donate plasma to help fight the virus in others who contract it. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cameron Brate (@cambamgram) on Jul 29, 2020 at 6:13am PDT What does that have to do with Brady? Last month, Brady and several Buccaneers teammates got together for workouts despite the NFLPA’s medical director, Dr. Thom Mayer, advising players against it. Brady and his teammates continued to work out together, and Brady posted a quote on Instagram that appeared to be a response to Mayer’s advice.

It sure looks as if Miller is ready to get back to that trend once again in 2020.

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One Phillies coach, one clubhouse staffer test positive for COVID-19 .
The plan had been for the Phillies to resume play on Saturday. Whether that is now in jeopardy isn’t known. The organization has already dealt with some infections earlier this year, but managed to avoid further spread within the club.This is worrisome news on several levels. First and foremost, it’s concerning to see two more individuals in the game carrying this disease. Hopefully they’ll both make a swift and full recovery.Beyond that, it’s obviously concerning to see that spread (presumably) occurred between the teams.

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