Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton says Von Miller would be welcomed back to Mile High City "with open arms" should he decide not to stay for another season with the Los Angeles Rams.
The Broncos, who are 10/1 to win Super Bowl LVII, are considered serious contenders for the Vince Lombardi Trophy again after agreeing to trade for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
Miller has been sending mixed messages about his future in the five weeks since he helped the Rams overcome the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium.
Last Sunday, the star outside linebacker indicated he wanted to "run it back" with the Rams on his Instagram story before, 24 hours later, posting about a potential reunion with the Broncos on social media.
One thing is for sure, his former teammates would be happy to reunite with the veteran pass rusher.
"That's big bro," wide receiver Sutton said of Miller during an appearance on NFL Network on Thursday. "We were very sad to see him leave, but then also happy for him for the success that he had with the Rams.
"For him to have the want to able to come back be a part of something that we're trying to build here, I know that Broncos Country will welcome him with open arms. I know our team will welcome him with open arms."
Sutton, who was a teammate of Miller in Denver from 2018-2021 before the Broncos struck that pre-trade deadline deal with Los Angeles, said it "would be amazing to be able to play alongside and him be along with this ride for us that's about to happen."