In fact, it's much the opposite. He's taken to social media to congratulate them.
Using a screenshot from AMC's Breaking Bad and a little photo doctoring, the Super Bowl 50 MVP humorously lauded the pair's recently acquired large sums of money—for Osweiler, a four-year, $72 million deal from the Houston Texans (as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter), and for Jackson, a six-year, $90 million contract that will send him to the Jacksonville Jaguars (first confirmed by ESPN's Josina Anderson).
Then again, Miller has no reason to be bitter.
After some sensational seasons, the dominant defender can expect to negotiate a rich contract of his own once his time under Denver's franchise tag is through.