File-This Oct. 29, 2017, file photo shows Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller (86) being taken off the field on a cart, after injuring his leg in the second half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans. After eight surgeries and nearly losing his left leg, Miller still refuses to rule out a return to the football field.
The trip was planned and booked. Kohler, Wis. The American Club. Just a few days to relax and recharge. That's how Bears tight end Zach Miller had planned to spend the team's weekend off in early November. "Something just nice and easy," he said. "Just to get away for a little bit. Maybe get a massage, a pedicure, you never know." "Those plans got derailed really quick."
Six weeks after suffering a gruesome dislocation of his left knee which required him to be rushed into emergency surgery, Bears tight end Zach Miller finally made his return to Halas Hall on Monday. Miller spoke candidly about his life-changing injury, his ongoing recovery and those who have been influential in keeping his spirits up. Here are some highlights from Miller’s 20-minute interview. On his emotions walking back into Halas Hall on MondayIt was good to see everybody.
In my time around the league, on four different occasions, had either an opposing ST coordinator or opposing players, bring up a 26-yard non-TD return against the Broncos in 2011 as an eye-opening example of how ridiculous Devin Hester was.
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Selecting a term
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