This NFL offseason has been filled with notable moves, including veteran linebacker Von Miller signing a massive six-year, $120 million deal with the Buffalo Bills.
It was a big move for Miller after winning Super Bowl LVI with the Los Angeles Rams just a month earlier. Although he spent less than a season with the Rams, it didn't make the 33-year-old's decision easier.
Miller has been documenting his offseason on his YouTube channel. On Friday, he posted a video that includes a section of him calling Rams head coach Sean McVay that he was choosing to continue his career with the Bills instead of staying in Los Angeles.
You can check out the phone call in the video below:
In the video, Miller tells McVay that he would've taken "a little bit less" to stay with the Rams, which might upset the fanbase considering he also said that his decision to go to Buffalo wasn't about the money. Nevertheless, $120 million can be quite a convincing offer.
Later on, Miller said that he realized he isn't content with his career after speaking with his father. He added that he wanted more and "that meant going to Buffalo" for him.
Although Miller's logic might be somewhat confusing, it's hard to argue against his decision to join the Bills. Since then, Buffalo is currently FanDuel Sportsbook's odds-on favorite to win Super Bowl LVII at +650.
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