The Panthers on Monday announced they have signed guard John Miller, who spent the 2019 season with the Bengals. Prior to his one year in Cincinnati, Miller anchored the Bills' O-line for four seasons.
Before Miller gets to work in Carolina, get to know the Panthers' newest offensive lineman.
A Louisville reunion
In 2011, Miller and a young dual-threat quarterback named Teddy Bridgewater both signed with the Louisville Cardinals. While Bridgewater left after his junior year, the duo was still able to accomplish quite a lot during their three years together. The Cardinals finished with a top-15 ranking during their sophomore and junior seasons, and their sophomore campaign ended with a victory in the Sugar Bowl.
Paving the way
During Miller's time in Buffalo, he was a part of one of the NFL's most effective rushing attacks. As a rookie, Miller started 12 games at right guard, helping the Bills lead the league in rushing yards per game and yards per rush.
In Miller's second season, the Bills once again topped the NFL's rushing charts, averaging a league-best 164.4 rushing yards per game, nearly 15 yards better than the next-best team (Dallas, 149.8).
In 2017, Miller started the John Miller Football Camp to help give back to children in his hometown of Miami. The free event give local youth a chance to exercise and learn the ins and outs of the game from Miller and other coaches.
See photos of guard John Miller during his time with the Bengals and Bills.