FF: 1
TCKL: 250
SCK: 8.0


Roy Miller’s Time with Tampa Buccaneers

Roy Miller rips through a double team.

Spanning a career of nine seasons in the NFL, Roy Miller is a former American football player who gained a reputation as a star defensive tackle. His career in the NFL began with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round of the 2009 NFL draft. Roy Miller appeared as a rookie in 15 out of 16 games for the Buccaneers, starting one game. He completed his rookie season with 37 tackles and two sacks. After a break, Roy Miller returned to Buccaneers and excelled the season with an impressive 47 tackles and one sack. He also played as a short-yardage fullback in 2010.

However, he faced a severe injury in 2011 with a tear to his medial collateral ligament. Due to this, he had to miss the entire preseason. Roy Miller returned the first game of the year as a reserve player but injured himself with bulging discs against the New Orleans saints. Despite the injuries, Miller played every regular season game (starting 3) by finishing the season with 36 tackles. Roy Miller’s career rocketed after that.