Good Morning, Broncos fans! Von Miller has stirred up a bit of controversy with a tattoo he got the other day - it's a band on his arm of Pac-Man, a slice of watermelon, a dollar sign, a fried chicken leg and a Pac-Man enemy/ghost. I can't say I'm totally equipped to write about this properly, but my first reaction is that Von didn't do himself a favor with this one. While I'd like to think Miller did this to make us think about stereotypes and reflect on race relations in American society, his Twitter stream makes it seems more like he didn't quite think it through. What are your thoughts?
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