Buffalo Bills pass rusher Von Miller still has plenty of gas left in the tank, but he’s already thinking about what life after football will look like.

Actually, if all goes to plan, his life after football will involve….more football.

Miller, who signed a six-year deal worth $120 million with Buffalo this offseason, appeared on Pat McAfee’s show on Thursday and he revealed that he wants to be an NFL general manager after his playing days are over.

The former Super Bowl MVP noted that part of the reason he signed with the Bills is because his inner-GM noticed what the Bills have been building.

McAfee then asked Miller a few general manager-specific questions, specifically how he would build a team.

Miller pointed out that it’s all about the quarterback, suggesting that finding a marquee quarterback would be his first priority as a general manager.

I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if Miller is sitting in a GM chair one day. He’s the type of guy who accomplishes whatever he puts his mind to. And if being a GM is truly his dream, I have little doubt that he’ll find a way to make it happen. It might take some time — no one steps right into a GM role — but Miller has the right mindset to excel in that role.

But first, Miller is solely focused on bringing the Lombardi Trophy to Buffalo.

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