During Super Bowl week, young safety was interviewed by the authorities about possibly being involved in a prostitution ring. His brother was cited while Ryan Murphy was not.
Now, another Broncos safety is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Free safety Shiloh Keo was arrested for DUI early this morning in Idaho.
According to KBOI TV in Boise, he was booked into Ada County Jail at 2:19 am this morning. He was logged into the facility by the Idaho State Police.
Keo signed with the Broncos in late December and played a significant role in the end of the season and their Super Bowl 50 winning playoff journey. The 28-year-old was signed by the team as the Broncos had a banged-up secondary from injuries.
Keo was familiar with Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak, who was his Texans head coach. Kubiak became the Broncos head coax last off-season.
With the Texans, he played in 42 games with the team from 2011-13, all under Kubiak. He was the Texans fifth-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
“We’re aware of the matter involving Shiloh Keo and are in the process of reviewing it,” the Denver Broncos told NFL.com in a statement.
He played in four regular season games, as a back-up safety with the team. He seen spot duty with the team and also played on special teams.
His role increased in the AFC Conference Championship game against the New England Patriots when the team was decimated with injuries. He had three tackles in the game and also was the one who recovered the Patriots on-side kick to seal the win and send the Broncos to Super Bowl 50.
In four regular season games with the Broncos, he had five tackles, an interception and a pass deflection. Then, in the postseason, he played in two games and had just the three tackles that came on Jan. 24th in Denver.
He released tweeted that he was going home, which he lives in Eagle, Idaho.
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