Denver Broncos’ Von Miller Already Learning the 4-3 Defense

Von Miller is already studying for his switch over to the 4-3 defense. Miller, The top Denver Broncos’ pick in the 2011 NFL draft, has been answering a lot of questions about the switch since he played in a 3-4 defense while at Texas A&M. In an effort to get ahead, and since he still cannot have contact with the Denver coaches, he has been working with Dat Nguyen, an ex-Dallas Cowboy linebacker who also attended Texas A&M.

Von Miller holds his Broncos jersey proudly after getting selected at the NFL draft (Jason DeCrow/AP)

According to Bill Williamson of ESPN.com, Miller picked up a Broncos playbook during the short window when the lockout was lifted so he has already begun his preparation for the upcoming season. This is good to hear for us fans who know we need Miller to turn into a big time playmaker.

Find the full story by Bill Williamson here.

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Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Dat Nguyen, Denver Broncos, Von Miller

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