Nick Miller WR PHI 4 Months
Eagles re-signed WR Nick Miller.
Miller was released by the Eagles just last week. He's taking Jeremy Maclin's roster spot. Out of the league last season, Miller is most valuable as a return man. Undersized at 5-foot-9, 180 pounds, Miller has just four career catches. He was busted for PEDs in 2012. He's not going to make the Eagles' 53-man roster.
Nick Miller WR PHI Mar 12 '12
Rams waived WR Nick Miller and LB David Nixon.
Miller was facing a four-game suspension for reportedly violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances, while Nixon notched just six tackles in eight games last season. Nixon should be able to latch on somewhere as a camp body, but Miller's looming suspension will chill his market.
Nick Miller WR PHI Feb 15 '12
NFL suspended Rams WR Nick Miller four games for violating an undisclosed league policy.
ESPN 101 St. Louis' Howard Balzer speculates that the suspension may have been PED-related, but he is "seeking to confirm." A speedy but pint-sized (5'9/175) slot receiver/return prospect, Miller has three career receptions. He was going to be hard pressed to make the Rams' final 53 even at a weak position.
Nick Miller WR PHI Oct 22 '11
Rams waived WR Nick Miller.
Miller was inactive in Week 6 after being signed on October 6. He was made expendable by the Rams' acquisition of Brandon Lloyd and Greg Salas' Week 6 awakening. If Miller is able to latch on elsewhere, it should be to play on special teams.
Nick Miller WR PHI Oct 06 '11
Rams signed WR Nick Miller.
Miller was waived by the Raiders five days ago. Used mostly as a returner in Oakland, Miller has just three catches in 11 career games, and has been injury prone since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2009. With the Rams struggling to find anybody who can catch the ball, however, Miller will likely be given a look on offense with Danny Amendola lost for the season. He's worth monitoring in deeper leagues, but that's it for the time being.
Nick Miller WR PHI Oct 01 '11
Raiders waived WR Nick Miller.
Miller was active for two of Oakland's first three games, but failed to make a catch even though the Raiders have been dealing with a banged up receiver corps. He hauled in just three catches for 40 yards in nine games a season ago. If he latches on somewhere else, it will be as a special teamer.
Nick Miller WR PHI Jun 11 '11
Raiders WR Nick Miller has been working out with Larry Fitzgerald and Greg Jennings this offseason.
"Every day, I learn something from them," Miller said. "It's brought my game from A to Z already, in just the short time I have been with them. It's so cool, because they answer all my questions - I am getting the best receiver education in the world free of charge." It's a huge opportunity for Miller, but after being active just nine times in 2010, he remains unlikely to make an impact in 2011.