For over a decade, the Denver Broncos have had too many run-ins with various police departments. Since 2000, 34 Broncos players have been arrested. That’s third most in the league. Only the Minnesota Vikings (39 arrests) and the Cincinnati Bengals (37 arrests) sit ahead of the Broncos.
After Elvis Dumervil’s arrest on Saturday, the consensus is that training camp can’t come soon enough.
Since the road rage related arrest, many details have come to light. According to Dumervil’s camp, Dumervil was not carrying a gun, but the car that he was in had one inside. The car was not his car as well.
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Dumervil was released from jail after posting a $7,500 bond.
With this incident, D.J. Williams’s antics now sit on the back burner. This defense is falling apart off the field.