According to multiple reports, the Denver Broncos and outside linebacker Von Miller have were making progress with contract negotiations but have now halted.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported earlier today that Denver offered Miller a six year deal worth $114.5 million but nothing has been signed yet.

However, since then the Broncos have rescinded their offer to Miller according to USA Today Sports. There was partial agreement on years and total value between the two parties but disagreements on how the deal was structured ended negotiations.

The two parties will need to get a deal done by June 15, otherwise the Broncos will pay Miller the franchise tag amount of $14.129 million. Miller was tagged by Denver in March.


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