• Von Miller appears to hint at which NFL team he wants to play for next season
  • Several teams are mentioned as potential destinations for the Super Bowl 50 MVP
  • Von Miller is set to become a free agent on March 16

After helping the Los Angeles Rams win the Super Bowl LVI trophy over the Cincinnati Bengals, Von Miller will become a free agent for the first time in his NFL career.

It appears the 32-year-old outside linebacker is teasing where he wants to play next.

It will be recalled that the two-time Super Bowl champion was traded to the Rams before the NFL trade deadline this season for Los Angeles’ second and third-round picks.

This move aided the Rams who ended up keeping the Lombardi in the city where the Super Bowl was played.

But looking ahead, it appears that Miller has the freedom to choose where to head next. It hardly comes as a surprise that his former team is at the top of the list.

“It’s a real man. The first time I’ve ever been a free agent man. I’m just sitting back on the beach waiting on it man,” he said. “Broncos Country, wassup?”

Miller put up several social media posts hinting at a potential return to Denver. It is hardly surprising considering the Super Bowl 50 MVP that Denver is where his heart resides.

Aside from that, Miller also posted back-to-back Instagram images showing him in a Denver Broncos uniform. He was asking the question, 58 or 40 with orange and blue diamonds to follow.

Moreover, the 32-year-old also posted a cryptic message, seemingly hinting at whether he could get his old locker back.

Before he was traded, Miller was midway through his 11th season with the Broncos.

During his time in Los Angeles, the linebacker had a total of nine sacks in 12 games with the Rams, including two in LA’s 23-20 Super Bowl win over the Cincinnati Bengals in February.

The Rams are unsurprisingly still interested in possibly re-signing Miller. But until efforts or talks are made, the Broncos may have a chance at a potential reunion.

Aside from Denver, other teams reportedly interested in the 2011 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year include the Los Angeles Chargers and the Green Bay Packers.

As far as the money that Miller stands to make, he could make as much as $20 million per year next season, Pro Football Network reported.

Von Miller doubts Rams team-mate Aaron Donald will retire after Sunday's Super Bowl win
Von Miller doubts Rams team-mate Aaron Donald will retire after Sunday's Super Bowl win GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA via AFP / Kevin C. Cox