Denver Broncos back up quarterback Chad Kelly was arrested on Tuesday morning after a male intruder identified as Kelly entered a home uninvited and was kicked out of the house after ‘mumbling incoherently’ and trespassing.

General manager John Elway and Broncos head coach Vance Joseph apparently met with Kelly and on the team affiliated radio station discussed the ongoing situation.

Broncos Blitz podcast host Ronnie Kohrt breaks down the Kelly arrest on the latest edition of the podcast and says, Kelly needs to seek help for personal reasons that are far deeper than football.

Personal health is the priority over football as this is now the third issue relating to violence and the second arrest in just four years for Kelly.

In December 2014, Kelly was arrested following an altercation outside of a Buffalo, New York nightclub. Kelly got into a fight with bouncers and resisted arrest. His plea deal resulted in criminal charges being dropped in favor of a guilty plea to disorderly conduct and was ordered to undergo 50 hours of community service.

In October 2016, Kelly got involved in a brawl while attending his brother’s high school football game. Kohrt discusses this, what’s next for Denver and Kelly and more on the latest edition of the podcast, as well as a halloween party that the Broncos players organized Monday night.

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