For a while, it’s been known that Von Miller has an interest in chicken farming. He majored in poultry science at Texas A&M and has conducted interviews in which he has talked extensively about the chicken industry as though he’s Bubba discussing shrimp in Forrest Gump. But no longer is chicken farming just a matter of study or discussion for Von Miller. It’s a real investment.

The Denver Broncos’ third-year linebacker, a two-time Pro Bowler, bought 38 chickens to raise on his eight-acre property near Dallas as he begins what he hopes will one day be a major poultry operation.

“Hopefully I’ll have some chicken tenders for you guys,” Miller said.

“Forst joo geet the cheekoms, then joo geet the tindors, then joo geet the riches.”

Personally, I’d buy the hell out of some chicken tenders sold by Miller Farms. I hope he can sell some in the shape of his blipster glasses. Oh, and use ethical practices and not have his products tainted by disease, but mostly the thing about the glasses.