Zach Miller Returns To Halas Hall For First Time Since Injury.

Published December 11, 2017 at 3:47 PM

"It was an emotional day for Bears tight end Zach Miller as he returned to Halas Hall for the first time since the October 29 game in New Orleans.
Miller of course suffered a brutal knee injury which actually almost led to his leg almost being amputated and a hospital stay for three weeks.
Miller became very emotianal when talking about the support he's received.
«Everybody's been there and it's much appreciated. That's all I'm going to say because I'm trying not to cry here,» Miller said. «I learned there are still really good people in this world. There's so much negative stuff 24/7 but I've been impacted by love across the globe.»
Coming close to amputating his leg and only starting to be able to bend it recently, Miller isn't sure whether he'll be able to play again.
«I haven't thought much about football,» Miller said. «I haven't gotten to that point. It's just getting right, getting healed up, and when that decision comes, making a decision. Do I want to play football? What do you think? I've been playing football my whole life. I would love to play football.»
He also told reporters there that he's had eight surgeries, most related to the fasciotomy he had to relieve pressure in his surgically repaired left leg. "

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