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Denver Broncos send home Ryan Murphy from Super Bowl festivities

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The Denver Broncos have sent home safety Ryan Murphy. He was questioned by authorities in San Jose as police try to crack down on a prostitution sting.

Head coach Gary Kubiak isn’t playing around with this matter. He doesn’t want another Eugene Robinson mess on his hands.

Robinson, if you do not know, was arrested for prostitution after he picked up a trick the night before the Super Bowl when he played for the Atlanta Falcons. Earlier today, he talked to the Carolina Panthers and told them not to make the same mistake.

The Broncos and the Panthers had the Media Night last night in San Jose. Murphy wasn’t arrested, but his brother was cited.

“Although practice squad safety Ryan Murphy was not cited by police, we decided it was best for the team if we continued our preparations for Super Bowl 50 without him,” the statement said. “Ryan is returning to Denver but his status as a practice squad player hasn’t changed at this time.”

The Broncos did not want any distractions before their Super Bowl 50 matchup with the Panthers at Levi Stadium on Sunday evening. Kubiak, head coach, and John Elway, general manager, were on the Broncos team that defeated the Falcons in the Super Bowl.

The Falcons had to deal with all those distractions after Robinson’s arrest.

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