Fred Miller is a retired American professional football player with a net worth of fourteen million. Fred Miller was created in Houston, in 1973, Texas, and played college football around the offensive line in the home state of his for the Baylor Faculty Bears. The St. Louis Rams drafted Miller with the 141st overall pick throughout the 5th round of the 1996 NFL Draft. Miller played with the Rams till he joined the Tennessee Titans from 2000 until 2004 and later the Chicago Bears from 2005 unless 2008. The six-foot-eight, 314 pound offensive tackle was part of the Rams' victory in Super Bowl XXIV in January 2000 when St. Louis knocked off of the Titans. He ended up singing a free agent deal with the same Titans team throughout the following offseason. Miller made statements in 2005 when his fellow Bears teammate Olin Kreutz smashed the jaw of his during some kind of brawl. The team initially blamed Miller for breaking the own mouth of his as he tried to get out of bed in the middle of the evening. Both Miller and Kreutz ended up receiving 50,000 fines through the league for the incident. At the moment of the retirement of his, Miller had in 192 career NFL games and made 164 begins. Since making football, he spent 2 seasons mentoring North Shore Country Day School's football team in the Chicago suburbs.
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