August 19, 2022

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Von Miller says it "would have taken less" to join the Cowboys before signing a massive deal with the Bills

Von Miller says it “would have taken less” to join the Cowboys before signing a massive deal with the Bills

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The Cowboys in Dallas They’ve had a great season when it comes to dribbling passes. In the early stages of free agency, the club looked as if it would retain Brandy Gregory. However, after agreeing to the terms, the outside back and . pivoted I decided to break this verbal agreement And sign an agreement with Denver Broncos While that.

In the aftermath of that deal with Gregory’s meltdown, Dallas turned his attention toward veteran racehorse Von Miller. Both sides had a common interest In uniting forces, but born in Desoto, Texas I finally decided to sign a massive six-year contract worth $120 million with the buffalo bills. If Dallas gets a little closer to that deal, it looks like we’re talking about homecoming with Miller.

According to a report from the athletethe Cowboys offered the same deal they offered Gregory — a five-year, $70 million contract with two years guaranteed — to Miller, who also had an offer on the table from Los Angeles rams. Miller told The Athletic that had Dallas’ bid been close to what Buffalo was bringing to the table, he would have agreed to a lower deal to join his hometown team.

“I told them I was ready to come to the Cowboys,” Miller told Dan Pompey of The Athletic. “I would have taken less to go to Dallas because it is Dallas. But I wouldn’t take much less.”

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The deal Miller signed with Buffalo also included $51.345 million in warranties over the first three years, which is roughly three-quarters of the Cowboys’ fully reported contract offer. While his childhood dream of playing for his childhood team may be spoiled for now, Miller is quite paid to be on the Bills betting team to win the Super Bowl this season.

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Just for reference, Buffalo is currently +650 to raise the Lombardy Cup in 2022. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are +1800, which is good for the sixth best odds of winning it all. Therefore, the accelerator not only secured a more lucrative contract, but also gave himself a better chance of adding a third Super Bowl to his resume by following the path he did.