Free agent DT Roy Miller announced Sunday that he’s retiring from the NFL.
Last year, Miller was charged with domestic battery and the NFL recently suspended him six games (NFLTR).
TMZ Sports reported yesterday that Miller recently chased down his estranged wife’s SUV and ripped off the door handle.
Miller’s wife has already filed for divorce and claims he’s a violent alcoholic and asked the court for an emergency restraining order, as she’s concerned he could try to hurt them.
“I don’t believe he is stable,” Nicole wrote in court docs … “I am afraid he will do something even more damaging to myself or the kids.”
Miller, 30, is a former third-round pick of the Buccaneers back in 2009. He spent four years in Tampa Bay before signing a five-year, $18.63 million contract that included $1.975 million guaranteed on with the Jaguars in 2013.
Miller was set to make a base salary of $3,637,500 for the 2017 season when the Jaguars released him last year and he later signed on with the Chiefs. Kansas City cut him loose shortly after the domestic violence incident.
In 2017, Miller has appeared in seven games and recorded six tackles, no sacks and a pass defense for the Chiefs.