Denver Broncos: Chad Kelly situation fallout for the Broncos

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The Denver Broncos backup quarterback has been charged with criminal trespassing after an incident overnight, according to Englewood Police.

According to the arrest affidavit, officers were dispatched to a residence on the 3200 block of S. Lincoln St.in Englewood around 1:16 a.m. Tuesday. And the circumstances are just weird: according to police documents, Kelly, apparently dressed as a cowboy, stumbled into someone's house, sat down on their couch, "mumbled incoherently" and then got hit with a vacuum tube a bunch. A short time later, a male matching the description provided by the homeowner, was located inside a black sport utility vehicle, in the area of the Gothic Theatre.

The man allegedly fled from the home, prompting a search of the area, police say.

Kelly made an appearance in an Arapahoe County courthouse later Tuesday morning and has been released.

Kelly is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.

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This also means the Broncos can't give Kelly a chance later this season to prove that his preseason play was no fluke and perhaps be the young QB this team has been looking for for so long.

Kelly, the nephew of former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, was arrested in December 2014 on charges of trying to fight nightclub bouncers and police officers after he and a friend refused to leave a bar in Buffalo, New York.

It's been a bad season for Broncos quarterbacks. "Our organization has been in contact with Chad, and we are in the process of gathering more information", the release said.

"I hope he will mature and grow from this and become the man and player I know he can be".

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