With the Rams, Von Miller aims to recreate a legendary NFL defense.

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With the Rams, Von Miller aims to recreate a legendary NFL defense.

As a three-time First Team All-Pro and the league’s best defense to the Vince Lombardi Trophy in 2015, Von Miller helped the Denver Broncos reestablish the new “Orange Crush.”

Miller has moved on from the Rocky Mountains and will join the Los Angeles Rams, where he has 110.5 career sacks.

#ThankYou58 x @VonMiller pic.twitter.com/bqxCwuMj84 One last entrance at @EmpowerField.

November 2, 2021 — Denver Broncos (@Broncos)

“For the rest of my life, I’ll be a Bronco.”

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November 2, 2021 — Denver Broncos (@Broncos)

Miller left a program that produced famous defenders such as Tom Jackson, Randy Gradishar, Paul Smith, Billy Thompson, and, subsequently, Steve Atwater. However, winning the 2016 Super Bowl put a once-struggling defense in a better position.

He’ll be going to a place where names like Merlin Olsen, Deacon Jones, Lamar Lundy, and Rosey Grier ring loud in L.A. He’ll also be going to a place where Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey are regarded as the defense’s heart and soul.

And it’s that renowned defensive mystique that No. 40 hopes to bring to his new squad.

“You hear stories of the ‘Fearsome Foursome,’ you hear stories of this great defense, and we want to re-create it,” Miller said in his first meeting with the Los Angeles media on Wednesday, November 3.

QB LIVE: On SNF + LB, Matthew Stafford discusses his upcoming matchup with the Titans. Von Miller addresses his interest in joining the Rams. https://t.co/vOJLvGN1rS

— November 3, 2021, Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL)

Miller’s Biggest L.A. Adjustment

Miller will have to learn more than simply Raheem Morris’ defense. It goes beyond simply knowing where everything is in and around the Rams’ facility. Finally, it’s more than just fitting in with a 7-1 club that recently added to its Super Bowl hopes by dealing for Miller.

Looking around is the most difficult adjustment for Miller.

“To tell you the truth, it’s all mental.” Miller told reporters, “Everything just looks weird.” “I’ve been wearing blue and orange for as long as I can remember. Everything appears to be strange.”

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