Four people were stabbed outside Sports Authority Field at Mile High Thursday night following the Denver Bronco's 27-20 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Three men were transported to area hospitals, with one person reported in critical condition, according to The Denver Post on Dec. 12.
The conditions of the other two men are said to be stable. Three suspects are in custody at this time, and authorities do not believe there are any other suspects at large, but they do think there is a fourth stabbing victim that has yet to be located.
The fight was apparently witnessed by multiple people who reported seeing fights. Denver Police spokesperson Steve Warneke said, "It was obviously a very chaotic scene and investigators have their work cut out for them".
Denver police report the incident occurred at about 9:55 p.m., in the stadium's Lot F near the intersection of Dick Connor Avenue and Federal Boulevard according to their official Twitter account.
Warneke said the victims were conscious and talking. It is not known yet whether the men involved in the incident had attended the game or not, according to the Daily News.
Stadium officials released a statement late Thursday that read, "Stadium Management Company is aware of an incident that occurred in a parking lot adjacent to Sports Authority Field at Mile High. We are currently working with authorities to gather more information".
This wasn't the first incidence of violence at an NFL game this year. In September a teenager suffered a concussion and a broken arm and nose at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, after police say he was attacked during the 49ers' game against the Colts.
And as for the Broncos, this was the second time this season that a game was followed by a violent incident. A 30-year-old man died after an altercation in Kansas City on Dec. 1 after the Broncos defeated the Chiefs.
So far, there's been no comment from the Denver Broncos team.