Miller started 47 games for the Bills over the past four seasons, including all 15 he was available for in 2018. In Cincinnati, the 2015 third-rounder will team up with former Buffalo teammate Cordy Glenn to help pave the way for Joe Mixon and company.
Miller (strained oblique muscle) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Miller is trending in the right direction for Sunday's divisional tilt against the Jets. If the starting guard is able to suit up, he'll work to protect rookie quarterback Josh Allen and continue to build upon the Bills' recent offensive surge.
Coach Sean McDermott says his starting guard is trending in the right direction for Sunday's game against the Jets. That would be a boost to the team, as the unit just lost starting center Geoff Bodine for the season with a broken leg.
Miller had a disappointing 2017, but he's improved his game this season and played a role in the Bills' recent offensive surge following a brutal nine-week stretch. The team will sub in Vladimir Ducasse or Jeremiah Sirles at right guard as the offense tries to keep the good times rolling.
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