Since entering the NFL in 2011, Denver Broncos outside linebacker hasbeen an edge rushing menace, raking in 30 sacks in his two seasons inthe league. Now, the elite defender wants to strike fear into the heartsof poultry in addition to quarterbacks.
The Texas A&M graduate majored in poultry science and now ishoping to launch “Miller Farms” after acquiring his first 38 chickens.
“Getting into the poultry industry is something that I always wanted todo,” said Miller. “I just didn’t want to go out and buy a [chicken] house and do allthis stuff and throw money at all that stuff. I really wanted to get tothe fundamentals, get back to just raising chicks, and I’m just going togo from there. I raised chicks in college in class and stuff, but nowit’s just a project for me to do it on my own and see where I go withit.”
Miller noted that the chickens were in Dallas, not Denver, due to theweather, but he plans to one day turn this into a major operation. Theformer Aggie will likely remain more focused on helping the contendingBroncos win a Super Bowl, however, he clearly has options should thoseplans go “fowl.”