FF: 1
TCKL: 250
SCK: 8.0


Accolades Received by Roy Miller

Roy Miller!

Roy Miller is a former football defensive tackle who played nine seasons in the National Football League.  He is best known by NFL coaches for defeating the infamous “bump block” blocking schemes from offensive strategists. Roy Miller’s main accoloades in his career include,

  • Bednarik Award Nominee (Nations top defender) 2008 (University of Texas)
  • Honorable mention All-conference big twelve 2007 (University of Texas)
  • 2008 Fiesta Bowl Most Valuable Player (University of Texas)
  • 2008 Roy Williams Leadership Award Recipient (University of Texas)
  • 2005 big twelve champions (University of Texas)
  • Big twelve player of the week 2008 vs. Colorado (University of Texas)
  • 2014 Ed Block courage award recipient (Jaguars)
  • 2014 USAA salute to service award (Jaguars)
  • 2015 USAA salute to service award (Jaguars)
  • 2015 NFL’s First-Ever Sportsmanship award nominee (Jaguars)
  • 2015 ESPN’s All AFC South Team (Jaguars)

After retirement, Miller has created several new foundations and spends time volunteering.