Chargers Guard Ryan Miller To Miss Rest of Season with Concussion

A terrible incident Wednesday morning at Chargers Park will force Ryan Miller to miss the rest of the season, Michael Gehlken of UT San Diego reports.

The Chargers guard slipped and fell to the ground before practice, suffering his second concussion in as many years. The 6-foot-7 lineman contemplated retirement after a 2013 concussion in Browns training camp. On Thursday, Miller was placed on the non-football injury list.

Last month, Miller described his 2013 concussion as “terrifying.”

He awoke in a hospital, sensitive to sight and sound with no memory of how he got there. He rest in a dark hotel room for weeks, waiting for his constant headaches and other concussion symptoms to subside.

Wednesday’s fall very well could spell the end of his football career.

San Diego dealt with rain Wednesday. It is not known if the wet surface contributed to his fall.


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