Troubled Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller reportedly has more legal issues, and this time they stretch into another state.
Miller, currently serving a six-game suspension for a violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy and cited last week for speeding and driving with a suspended license, has an open warrant for his arrest in California, The Denver Post reported Wednesday, citing Susan Schroeder, spokeswoman for the Orange County District Attorney's Office.
Miller was also arrested last month while trying to purchase a firearm when a routine background check revealed he had an outstanding warrant. In that case, Miller failed to appear for a court hearing on charges from last October when he was cited for careless driving and not having a license or proof of insurance.
As for the California warrant, which The Post reported stems from a failure to appear for a traffic ticket that was issued in 2012, its impact on Miller when the Broncos travel to California is unclear. Denver is scheduled to play the Chargers in San Diego on Nov. 10 and the Raiders in Oakland on Dec. 29 in the regular-season finale.
Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth told The Post, "We are looking into the report."