Von Miller Out Indefinitely After Knee Injury vs. Lions, per Report

The linebacker suffered the injury during Buffalo’s 28–25 win over Detroit.

Bills star Von Miller is out indefinitely after suffering a knee injury during the team’s matchup against the Lions, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

Per Schefter, Miller did not tear his ACL, but doctors are still evaluating the damage done to his knee and will eventually determine how much time is missed. The timeline for his return is uncertain, with Schefter noting that the linebacker could only miss few weeks or could be out for the season. 

Miller was injured on a play in the second quarter as he attempted to stuff Detroit signal-caller Jared Goff. Instead of reaching Goff, the 33-year-old twisted his knee on the turf and fell. He never returned to the contest after being taken to the locker room. 

The Bills beat the Lions 28–25 in the Thanksgiving matchup, but will now be without one of their key defensive weapons for the time being. 

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