Broncos Player Confirms Von Miller Being Upset Over Halloween Party May Have Factored Into Rams Trade

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  • Von Miller’s Halloween party is rather legendary.
  • However, this year, it reportedly caused a problem in the locker room after his teammates refused to pay.
  • That report was all-but confirmed by one of his teammates on Tuesday.
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Up until Monday, new Rams linebacker Von Miller had spent his entire 11-year career with the Broncos. And then they shipped him off to Los Angeles for a second and a third round pick.

While there are a lot of details that we will never know about why and how the trade happened, we now know that it may have had something to do with a Halloween party.

Miller, who is known for his annual Halloween parties, threw this year’s banger to the tune of at least $100,000. The party even included a performance from Migos rapper Quavo.

However, Miller reportedly did not want to pick up the tab for his own party. According to Pro Football Network, Miller asked his teammates to chip in after the fact. He even demanded that rookies contribute more than $1,000 each for a party that they neither threw nor helped plan.

Mind you— Miller has earned more than $90 million in his career. $100,000 is less than 1% of that number.

As the internet immediately turned around and tried to discredit PFN’s report, Denver’s 104.3 The Fan decided to ask tight end Noah Fant about it.

Fant said that he had not heard the report prior and wished that the news had stayed in the locker room. He then went on to essentially confirm the report about the rift over the party.

Here is his on-air response:

Pro Football Network’s report also said that the team’s front office and head coach received word of the on-goings and were then more willing and eager to trade Miller.

Again, we may never find out the full story. However, this incident appears to be the icing on the cake for the Broncos to trade Miller, who is set to become a free agent at the end of this season.