Lisa Miller & Bruce Miller NFL Bruce Miller’s Parents

Lisa Miller & Bruce Miller

Lisa Miller & Bruce Miller are the parents of former 49ers TE Bruce Miller. Their 29-year-old son has been released from the team after he blew it big time by getting into an altercation with two men and sending them to the hospital!

Accoridng to reports, Miller attacked two men this morning at Fisherman’s Wharf Marriott Hotel. Miller knocked on one of the guest room’s doors and when the guest opened the door, Miller allegedly attacked him before his 70-year-old father came to his defense. Both men were transported to a hospital. He fled the scene but was later busted.

According to KTVU, the whole thing began Sunday night when Miller tried to check in but was told to come back the next morning.

As result of this mess, he’s been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, 2 counts of criminal threats and battery. Bail’s been set at $178k. lisa-miller-bruce-miller-1

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Lisa Miller and her husband Bruce Miller II, raised their children including Bruce –who was born August 6, 1987 –in Canton, Ga. in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Lisa Miller & Bruce Miller have been married for 30-years.

His parents, Bruce and Lisa, have had his back from the start. They drove the eight hours from Canton to the New Orleans Superdome for Super Bowl XLVII. Lisa Miller said at the time

“That [preseason outing] was a really special game for us, not knowing how long he would get to be on that team because of what he was having to do,” she said, her voice cracking. “It was so exciting to us to come to a preseason game. So to go from having been here when he did that to now being here at the Super Bowl, I’m sure we’ll all be emotional and it will be a really special thing.”

Their son started playing football for the South Cherokee Recreation Association when he was 3 feet tall. He attended Woodstock High School –where he played wide receiver and fullback for the Woodstock Wolverines.

Bruce impressed then-University of Central Florida defensive coordinator Dave Huxtable because of his speed down the field on kickoffs and his athleticism as a tight end. He was rated as a two-star college football recruit.

Miller was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 2011. He was previously a four-time All-Conference defensive end at the University of Central Florida and was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year in his junior and senior seasons.

He appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine with three of his 49er teammates in January 2012.

It  is not the first time Miller gets in trouble with the law. Last year he pleaded no-contest to a misdemeanor domestic-violence charge against his former fiancee, Leanne Massey.