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Breaking: Bruce Miller signs with Jaguars after being out of the NFL for 3 years

Former UCF Knight Bruce Miller is signing with the Jaguars after a three year hiatus, after being exonerated of 7 charges back in 2016

Bruce Miller was one of the best fullbacks in the NFL when he was arrested in California for reportedly beating a 70 year old man. Well, Bruce was recently exonerated of all charges and he is getting signed to an NFL team.

Miller played college football for the UCF Knights, and was drafted by the 49ers in the seventh round of the 2011 NFL Draft.


We are learning he had a terrific workout with the Jaguars and they are signing him.

This is big news for Miller who has worked his ass off after a short hiatus from the NFL.

On September 5, 2016, Miller was arrested by the San Francisco Police Department and charged with assault for allegedly attacking two men, a 70-year-old father and his middle aged son, vacationing at the Fisherman’s Wharf location of the Marriott Hotelin San Francisco. Miller was immediately released from his contract with the San Francisco 49ers the same day.

Miller was charged with seven felonies, including assault, assault with a deadly weapon, as well as elder abuse as one of the men he attacked was a senior citizen.

He was exonerated on all charges and now gets his second chance at the NFL!

I love Miller he was a beast at UCF! This shows that hard work pays off.

Damond Talbot

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