It’s Miller time again for Bombers

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Another veteran has decided to return to the two-time defending Grey Cup champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers rather than become a CFL free agent.

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Special-teams ace Mike Miller has signed a one-year contract extension, returning for a fourth season with the Bombers.

An 11-year league veteran, Miller last season became the CFL’s all-time leader in special-teams tackles, passing Jason Arakgi.

The 32-year-old led the CFL with 25 tackles on kick returns last season, giving him 210 in his career.

A product of Riverview, N.B., Miller was never drafted, breaking into the league with Edmonton in 2011.

He has suited up for all 68 regular-season games over his four seasons with the Bombers, earning a nod as West Division all-star and Most Outstanding Special Teams Player nominee from the division in 2019.

Miller joins a growing list of veteran players to re-sign, including defensive linemen Jake Thomas, Willie Jefferson and Jackson Jeffcoat, plus O-linemen Jermarcus Hardrick and Pat Neufeld.

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