Denver Broncos safety Shiloh Keo was arrested early Saturday for driving under the influence in Ada County, Idaho.
KBOI first reported the news. The outlet also passed along the Super Bowl champion's mugshot:
The KBOI report stated no further information about the arrest was immediately released.
Keo signed with the Broncos in early December. He played in four games during the stretch run of the regular season as a reserve in the defensive backfield while also helping on special teams. He finished with five tackles and an interception.
The 28-year-old Washington native, who played college football at Idado, went on to appear in two games and registered three tackles during the team's playoff run. Denver eventually defeated the Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50.
Keo signed a one-year contract with a prorated salary of just over $175,000 for the latter stages of the season, according to Spotrac. Ethan Wolff-Mann of Time reported each member of the Broncos earned $174,000 in total bonuses for the team's playoff success as well.
He's scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent when the new league year begins on March 9. While the Broncos may wait until more details are released to make a final decision, this situation doesn't bode well for his chances of being re-signed given his already limited impact.
Keo has bonded out of jail since the overnight incident, according to the Idaho Statesman. No additional details about the incident were provided, however.