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Von Miller announces he has recovered from COVID-19

Denver Broncos edge rusher Von Miller announced his recovery from COVID-19 on Thursday night via his official Twitter account.

Last week, the NFL provided some normalcy for football fans. On Thursday, one of its biggest stars gave us all great news.

Denver Broncos star outside linebacker Von Miller announced he has recovered from COVID-19, an illness caused by the coronavirus. Miller is only one of two current NFL players known to have contracted the virus, with the other being Brian Allen of the Los Angeles Rams.

Miller revealed he fell sick a few weeks ago on the same medium, but luckily he was able to bounce back. To this point, the coronavirus has infected more than one million Americans with the death toll climbing past 63,500.

As for Miller, the news of his recovery is fantastic. The 31-year-old has spent his entire career with the Broncos, racking up 106 sacks, a Super Bowl MVP and a title during his time in the Mile High City.

Barring a shock, Miller is a likely first-ballot Hall of Famer upon his retirement. In nine seasons, Miller has reached eight Pro Bowls, been named First-Team All-Pro on three occasions and made Second-Team All-Pro another four times.

While it remains unknown whether the NFL will play its 2020 regular season on time, the league is currently planning to reveal its schedule next week, prior to its self-stated deadline of May 9. Last weekend, the NFL. held its annual draft, with commissioner Roger Goodell announcing the picks from his basement.

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