Unbeaten Denver Broncos have been strengthened by return of outside linebacker, Von Morrison, from a six-game suspension.
The Broncos have looked imperious in attack this season as they've stormed to six consecutive wins, including a 35-19 success at Jacksonville Jaguars.
However, despite their unbeaten run, questions have remain over their defensive ability, pressuring the quarterback being a particular concern.
Morrison has returned from his suspension for substance abuse violation just in time for a tough trip to Indianapolis and hopes to put his misdemeanour behind him in time for the clash with the Colts.
He's quoted on Sky Sports saying: "I'm just going to take it one day at a time. All I can ask is that everybody judge me on my actions going forward. And I can gain everybody's trust back that way.
"I've still got a long career ahead of me, and I'm certain I can gain everybody's trust back. I love football, and to have football taken away from you, it's tough. It's definitely been tough, to get football back, it's a blessing. It's a blessing that everything I set out to do is still right here in front of me."
The 24-year-old had gained rave reviews for his performances since being drafted by the Broncos in 2011 and will hope to quickly regain his form for coach John Fox, who's delighted to have his man back in contention.
Fox said: "He's a dynamic rusher. He's one of the better ones in this league; I think most people would agree.
"Obviously we're real excited to get him back. We'll see what kind of football fitness he is in come Wednesday. But he creates a tough one-on-one matchup for most offenses."
Miller's return will excite fans of the Denver Broncos who will have been delighted with the start they've had to the season and the form of veteran quarterback Peyton Manning.