Von Miller 'at peace' with 2021 possibly being last season with Broncos

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Von Miller thinks his career is far from over but has come to terms with his uncertain future with the Denver Broncos.

"I would like to keep playing. Whether that's here with the Denver Broncos or somewhere else, I'm totally at peace with that," Miller said, according to ESPN's Jeff Legwold.

The veteran pass-rusher is entering the final year of his contract but reiterated Tuesday he wants to play for five-to-seven more years.

The Broncos exercised their option on Miller for the 2021 campaign this offseason despite him missing all of last season with an ankle injury. The 32-year-old hopes to still finish his career in Denver despite becoming a free agent next offseason.

"I'm not really thinking about this is the last year of my contract, (or) will I be with the Broncos.

"Last year, to be honest, that was really on my soul. I really wanted, I really wanted - of course I want to be here. I want to stay here for the rest of my career, but getting past that is kind of a release for me."

Miller was drafted second overall by the Broncos in 2011 and is the franchise's all-time leader in sacks with 106. He's recorded at least 10 sacks on seven occasions since entering the league.

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