Broncos cut Chad Kelly after criminal trespassing charge

Broncos cut Chad Kelly after criminal trespassing charge

Broncos cut Chad Kelly after criminal trespassing charge

"After reviewing all the information.we agreed that releasing Chad was the right thing to do". According to police reports, Kelly entered a couple's home uninvited and sat next to one of the occupants on her couch, mumbling incoherently. The 24-year-old backup posted $2,500 bond and was released later on Tuesday.

Police say someone in the home chased Kelly out while striking him with a piece from a vacuum.

Kelly, who was selected with the final pick of the 2017 draft, was arrested on Tuesday after being charged with first-degree criminal trespassing.

Elway said the team offered Kelly help and "are supportive of him in every possible way". "A short time later, a male matching the description by the homeowner, was located inside a black sport utility vehicle, in the area of Gothic Theatre", the statement continued.


Kelly's arrest came on the same night that teammate Von Miller hosted a players-only Halloween party, and it was assumed Kelly came from that party. According to the NFL Network, Kelly was kicked out of the party for fighting with another guest and then tussled with security while being booted from the event. He was arrested in December 2014 following an altercation outside a bar in Buffalo, N.Y., and avoided criminal charges after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct and being ordered to contribute 50 hours of community service. KDVR initially reported there was no alcohol in Kelly's system, due to the fact that the document shows a BAC of zero when no test is given.

The nephew of Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, Chad will now be subject to the NFL's waiver wire.

The Broncos have said they are considering Kelly's future with the team.

In 2016, Kelly ran onto the field at his brother's high school football game to join in a scuffle.

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