(3/13/2012) The Rams released linebacker David Nixon and wide receiver Nick Miller, who was facing a four-game suspension for using performance-enhancing drugs. The team also did not offer a tender to restricted free agent defensive end C.J. Ah You.
Report: Miller to be suspended
(2/15/2012) According to 101sports.com in St. Louis, Rams WR Nick Miller has been suspended for the first four games of the season. It has not been confirmed yet whether Miller was suspended for violating the policy on performance enhancing substances. Miller played six games for the Rams in 2011 and had the teams only kick return for a touchdown. He returned a punt 88 yards for a score on Nov. 27 against Arizona. For the season with the Rams, he had eight punt returns for 128 yards (16.0-yard average), two kickoff returns for 43 yards and one reception for 8 yards.
Miller re-signs with Rams
(11/24/2011) The Rams re-signed WR/KR Nick Miller on Thursday.
Miller's time with Rams over
(10/22/2011) St. Louis released WR Nick Miller on Saturday to clear a roster spot for QB Tom Brandstater, who will serve as backup to A.J. Feeley. Miller signed with the Rams after fellow WR Danny Amendola was placed in season-ending injured reserve earlier this month.
(9/16/2009) Raiders WR Nick Miller has a stress fracture in his right shin and will be sidelined 4-6 weeks. He missed the opener against San Diego. "In a sense, it was OK timing because, if it was two weeks ago, I wouldn't be here right now," he said. "I feel I'll be back stronger than ever. I'll stay in the weight room and come back even better."
(9/12/2009) WR/KR Nick Miller (shin splints), the Raiders' No. 1 kick returner, missed his second straight practice Saturday, according to a CBSSports.com correspondent at practice. He is listed as doubtful for Week 1 against the Chargers. If he can't play Monday night, then WR Johnnie Lee Higgins is expected to return kicks. RB Louis Rankin is another option.
Miller unable to practice Friday
(9/11/2009) WR/KR Nick Miller left practice early Thursday night with shin splints, and he wasn't on the field when the Raiders began practice Friday, according to a CBSSports.com correspondent at practice.
Miller out, Miller in
(8/31/2009) Raiders KR Justin Miller, who suffered a turf toe injury Saturday against the Saints, missed Monday's full-pads practice. If Miller's injury is serious, rookie WR Nick Miller's chances of making the team will get a boost. Miller doubles as a return man, and the Raiders might need to keep him as insurance.
Tiny WR Miller impressive in camp
(8/8/2009)Nick Miller went speeding past a pair of defensive backs in Oakland's secondary, then jumped and turned to catch a long pass from quarterback JaMarcus Russell near the sideline as several teammates roared with approval. It's a scene that has played out several times in the Raiders' training camp this season, with Miller the unlikeliest of participants. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound wide receiver is the smallest player on Oakland's roster yet has some of the biggest plays through the first 10 days of training camp. "Nick is a guy (we) knew about, that's why we signed him," Raiders coach Tom Cable said Saturday. "Guys like that, particularly with his size, you've got to see what they can do. Will they go in the middle? Can they get open in those windows? Can you find him in those windows? So far, we've been able to do that." Miller has had to find a way to stand out in his first NFL training camp, and not just because of his size.