Broncos Von Miller says he was 'shocked' with positive COVID-19 test


Broncos star pass rusher Von Miller tested positive for COVID-19, his agent, Joby Branion, confirmed to The Athletic. Miller received the results of his test Thursday, and despite feeling some of the flu-like symptoms, is said to be doing well.

Then, they discover on air that Miller had tested positive for coronavirus, what that means for the league and how there may be other cases in the league that the public doesn't know about. Miller used a nebulizer, but it "didn't really work like it should", and eventually chose to get tested. Two days later, my doctor called me and said I had a positive test.

"I'm not feeling sick or hurting or anything like that", he added.

"I've just been here in the crib and I started to get a little cough", Miller said Thursday, via Mike Klis of 9News.

"Von is the first member of the Broncos' organization known to have tested positive for Covid-19".

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Thankfully, it appears Miller has only had mild symptoms from the disease and is now recovering at home. I also have asthma, and my girlfriend was telling me that I wasn't sounding normal and that I should try my nebulizer (inhaler). I waited another day and the cough still didn't go away.

In a statement, the Broncos said Miller, a unanimous choice for the NFL All-Decade Team, was being monitored by team doctors.

"It wasn't working how I thought it would", Miller said, via 9News. My assistant said why don't you just go tested. "That would always be my first precaution, whatever we have to do to get things back to normal, that's what we should do".

Miller is an eight-time Pro Bowler and three-time All-Pro with 106 career sacks.

"We shouldn't move too fast".