Broncos' Von Miller might not play

Von Miller is considered the top defensive rookie in the NFL. The second overall pick in the NFL Draft leads the Broncos with 10.5 sacks. Miller underwent thumb surgery Tuesday to repair torn ligaments in his thumb and might not play Sunday against the Vikings.
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Von Miller is considered the top defensive rookie in the NFL. The second overall pick in the NFL Draft leads the Broncos with 10.5 sacks. Miller underwent thumb surgery Tuesday to repair torn ligaments in his thumb and might not play Sunday against the Vikings.

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