The Denver Broncos backup quarterback has been charged with criminal trespassing after an incident overnight, according to Englewood Police.
Shortly after he was chased, police found Kelly inside a black SUV, which they matched from the homeowner's description.
The 24-year-old Kelly posted $2,500 bond Tuesday and was released. Several months after that, he was at a Buffalo nightclub when Kelly punched a bouncer in the face when the friend he was with was kicked out of the club; Kelly also threatened to "get my AK-47 and spray this place" according to a police report.
Regardless of what happens in this situation, the Broncos can not depend on Chad Kelly going forward.
Emmanuel Sanders defended his choice to dress up as a character played by Dave Chappelle known as Tyrone Biggums.
The Broncos confirmed the arrest in a boiler-plate statement on Tuesday. This is such a weird story and again, even the best case scenario for the Broncos leads to team-inflicted punishment, perhaps league punishment, and Kevon Hogan being the team's backup quarterback moving forward.
Kelly attended a Halloween costume party hosted by Von Miller on Monday night that has always been a tradition for Broncos players and their significant others. "We are in the process of getting all the facts and talking to Chad, and then we'll figure out exactly which direction we're going to go".
This is not the first time Kelly has been in trouble with the law.
Kelly, who was taken in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL Draft, hasn't thrown a pass in an NFL game. He later pled guilty to disorderly conduct.
Elway, who played in the National Football League at the same time as Jim Kelly, remains close friends with the former Bills QB.