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11/26/13 - LB/DE Von Miller had his best game since his return from a six-game suspension, sacking Tom Brady twice, forcing a fumble and returning another fumble 60 yards for a touchdown. Miller now has four sacks in five games.
11/18/13 - LB/DE Von Miller was shut down Sunday and finished without a sack. Miller went up against No. 1 overall pick Eric Fisher for much of the game.
11/13/13 - -- LB/DE Von Miller has two sacks in the last three weeks, and has helped the Broncos' pass rush improve markedly. Without him, they averaged one sack every 15.8 pass plays; since his return, they've notched one sack every 12.8 pass plays, well above the league average of one sack every 14.5 pass plays.
11/11/13 - LB/DE Von Miller notched a sack for a second consecutive game. Since his return, the Broncos are fifth in passing defense, measured on a per-game basis. They were dead last in the first six games, played while he was suspended.
10/28/13 - LB/DE Von Miller was not in court at a Monday hearing on traffic offenses, but showed up later and plead guilty to the charges. Miller was a no-show when his case came on the docket at 10:30 a.m. His attorney, Abraham Hutt, was there.
"He was just going on his attorney's advice," Broncos coach John Fox said. "He was all good to go. He did everything right on his part." According to the Denver Post, judge Christina Apostoli was not amused, declaring it "rather ridiculous" that Miller did not appear in the Arapahoe County, Colo., courtroom. The courts are less than 300 yards away from Broncos headquarters. Miller subsequently arrived approximately 100 minutes after the scheduled time and and entered the guilty plea. He was sentenced to 24 hours of community service and to complete a Level 1 driving class. If he does both, then further action regarding his previous missed court appearances will be dropped.