Jamir Miller

Member-Board of Directors

  • Co-Founder

  • Member-Board of Directors

  • President & Chief Operating Officer

  • Indoor Arena Football Player 1996-2002

The Arizona Cardinals selected Jamir in the first round (tenth pick overall) of the 1994 NFL Draft and he played for the Cardinals from 1994 to 1998. Jamir played for the Cleveland Browns from 1999 to 2001. Jamir later retired from the Cleveland Browns following the 2002 season after suffering a season-ending a ruptured Achilles Tendon injury. Up through 2007 he was the only Browns player to be selected to the Pro Bowl since the team re-entered the NFL in 1999.

Jamir was one of four linebackers selected to the Associated Press All-Pro team in 2001. Jamir was carted off the field after tearing his right Achilles tendon in a 27–15 preseason victory over the Minnesota Vikings to start the 2002 pre-season. Jamir was placed on injured reserve August 13, 2002, but the severity of his injury led to him being waived on February 22, 2003, the end of the 2002 campaign. Afterwards he retired.

Jamir Miller