TCU’s Kendre Miller says right knee is at 50 percent as he weighs championship game vs. NFL future

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TCU running back Kendre Miller could be headed toward the NFL Draft, and that possibility is weighing on him as he deals with a knee injury ahead of the national title game (The Associated Press/Ron Jenkins).

 

By Jeff Wilson
Frogs Today senior writer

 

LOS ANGELES — TCU running back Kendre Miller said he will dress out Monday night for the College Football Playoff National Championship, but the junior said Saturday morning that his right knee is at only 50 percent of full strength.

Miller was injured in the second quarter of the No. 3 Horned Frogs’ Fiesta Bowl victory over No. 2 Michigan. He was replaced by Emari Demercado, who gained 123 of his career-high 150 yards in the second half of the 51-45 victory.

Miller said that he’s weighing what’s best for him personally with what’s best for the team.

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