A local football player's dream playing in an NFL game has been put on temporary pause. Old Town native and former University of Maine standout, Andre Miller, who signed his first professional contract with the New York Giants, has sadly been sidelined by a fractured wrist. The rookie tight end sustained the injury early last week, and was the reason why he missed the team's first preseason game against the New England Patriots.
Miller (wrist) has still not been put on IR and was watching practice Sunday from the sidelines with a cast on, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Miller joined the Giants as an undrafted free agent out of Maine, and he quickly asserted himself as a force to make the roster. However, the rookie broke his wrist during practice Monday, derailing his progress. The fact that he hasn't been put on IR, and consequently forced to miss the rest of the season, shows Miller may have already done enough to prove he deserves a spot on the Giants' roster.
Rooting for NY Giants tight end Andre Miller to make the 53-man roster has been quite easy for the fanbase. Out of Maine, Allen didn’t hear his name called during the 2022 NFL Draft, but he signed with the Giants and had been making quite the splash for the team this summer. Now, no one knows when he’ll be able to get back on the field.
Multiple sources are reporting that former Black Bear and Old Town High School graduate Andre Miller has broken his wrist in training camp. Dave Peck, the host on The Morning Roast on 92.9 The Ticket and the Sport's Director from Fox Bangor and ABC 7 tweeted. Miller was signed as...
Former Maine Black Bear Andre Miller caught a pass from New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones in Friday's Blue-White Scrimmage. Andre was signed as a rookie free agent by the Giants on May 12, 2022. Miller's fans will love this take by GMenHQ who are advocating the Giants keep Miller...
Miller broke his wrist during practice Sunday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. It's a brutal break for Miller, who had been handling first-team reps as a tight end and fullback, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. Consequently, the fullback job is now wide open, and the injury figures to close the door on Miller's chances of making New York's initial 53-man roster for 2022.
PORTLAND (WGME) – This past weekend was one to remember for Maine football's Andre Miller. His name may not have been called during the draft, but it didn't take long for an NFL team to come knocking. After fielding several calls, Miller agreed to sign a free agent contract...