Miller offers little on case, 4-game suspension

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By EDDIE PELLS, Associated Press

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Broncos linebacker Von Miller offered no details about his pending drug case and possible four-game suspension, repeatedly invoking the NFL's confidentiality clause to deflect questions during his session with reporters Wednesday.

The All-Pro pass rusher acknowledged his case is under appeal and promised he would provide some candid answers once the appeal is resolved.

Miller said everything at training camp, which begins Thursday, will be business as usual, while he waits to hear if he'll be banned beginning Aug. 30 — the day after Denver's final preseason game.

Coach John Fox took the same tack, citing the confidentiality clause and offering virtually no details. The coach said Miller would practice with the first team until the team receives any official word about the linebacker's status.

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