Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is in trouble with the law again. Miller was stopped for speeding and cited for driving with a suspended license last week.
Currently Miller is serving a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. This marks the second time Miller has been caught driving with a suspended license in the last year.
Arapahoe County officials confirmed to CBS Denver that a Arapahoe County deputy stopped Miller for speeding in the vicinity of his home in Arapahoe County. A routine computer check showed that Miller’s license had already been suspended.
Miller was not jailed and was simply cited. His father, who was riding with him, was then allowed to drive the car away.