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There’s a good chance you’ve watched the ESPYs before, but have you ever wondered what it would be like to attend the ESPYs? What would it be like to get dressed up, walk the red carpet, pose for the cameras and dap Chance the Rapper?
Might seem difficult to imagine — unless you’re Super Bowl champion Von Miller.
Framed jerseys line the perimeter of Von Miller’s expansive basement. Twenty-four players have bequeathed a game-worn jersey to the affable Denver Broncos linebacker, who approaches his peers postgame, Sharpie in hand.“You the best in the biz! Reading the jerseys feels like peeking at the back pages of Miller’s yearbook, but they’re just the beginning of what makes this basement something to behold.
The walls are a who’s who of the NFL’s elite from yesterday and today: Drew Brees, Champ Bailey, A. ” writes Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill.“Will never forget playing flag football in the middle of Afghanistan with you and all the soldiers,” writes Texans defensive end J. It is a magnificent man cave—basically a football fan’s Mecca—and the Broncos refuge.“Club 58,” as his teammates call it, puts real clubs to shame.