The AP released a story about another Denver Broncos player getting arrested last month. Earlier on Thursday September 5, according to Washingtonpost.com, starting tight end Julius Thomas was arrested on August 28 after getting stopped for a speeding ticket. That’s when he was arrested for missing a prior court date on March 21. Not too long ago, currently suspended player, Von Miller was arrested for failing to appear in court also.
While Von Miller had a playoff game to get ready for, it seems like Julius Thomas wasn’t in town for the scheduled court date. The original citation was for failure to yield the right of way to an emergency vehicle.
This is one of many incidents that have plagued the Denver Broncos since the off season. From drug suspensions to front office members driving under the influence, Denver has making waves in the headlines all summer.
The news of the arrest, which Denver already knew about won’t change the starting lineup for Thursday night’s game against Baltimore.
Julius Thomas was released the same day on $500 bond. The new court date set for next Thursday September 12.