Jeffrey Miller, NFL VP of Security, Resigns: Latest Details and Reaction

May 4, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL Vice President of Security Jeffrey Miller has resigned from the job after nine years. 
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported Wednesday that the NFL confirmed Miller's departure, with one source telling Florio it had "nothing to do with performance" and "wasn’t initiated by the league."
The report noted NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Miller had taken another job on the West Coast, and according to Florio, citing a source, the league has not yet decided who will succeed him. 
Miller came under criticism during the Ray Rice scandal in which the former Baltimore Ravens running back punched his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator.
Robert Mueller released his investigation into the case in January 2015 and "found no evidence or suggestion that anyone within the league had received or seen the in-elevator video prior to its public release in September 2014."
However, three months before that report, a law...

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