Bruce Miller is in a lot of trouble this week.
The former San Francisco 49ers fullback was exposed for appearing to threaten a United States Congressman.
Eric Swalwell, a California Democrat in the House, shared a screenshot of a Twitter message in which Miller questioned if he preferred Guantanamo [Bay] or execution.
Swalwell asked his Twitter followers who he was and that is what led to him being exposed as a former player.
According to NBC’s Raj Mathai, Swalwell notified U.S. Capitol Police of the death threat.
“My family and staff are deeply disturbed by the threat of execution…apparently by former 49er Bruce Miller,” Swalwell told Miller. “Threats of political violence are unacceptable.”
Many fans may not remember Miller because of the position he played on the team and what he did to help his squad out.
During his time with the 49ers, Bruce Miller established himself as a reliable and hardworking fullback. He was known for his blocking skills, versatility, and ability to contribute in both the running and passing games. He played for the 49ers from 2011 to 2015.
Miller’s time with the 49ers came to an abrupt end in 2016 when he was arrested for assault and later released by the team. This incident marked the end of his professional football career.
Miller allegedly attacked a guest of the Fisherman’s Wharf Marriott Hotel. He also allegedly punched the guest’s 70-year-old father, who suffered broken bones.
Clearly, he has learned nothing from past bad behavior.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.