John Elway's Son Jack Reportedly Sentenced for Domestic Violence Case

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistSeptember 18, 2014

DENVER - JANUARY 14:  Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway stands on the field with his kids (L-R) Jack, Jordan and Juliana before a Divisional Playoff game against the New England Patriots on January 14, 2006 at Invesco Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Jack Elway, son of Denver Broncos Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway, has reportedly been found guilty in a domestic violence case involving his girlfriend. 

According to TMZ Sports, Elway's sentence includes domestic violence counseling, probation and fines for when he was alleged to have dragged his girlfriend from his car by her hair.     

John Elway's son...has been sentenced to domestic violence counseling after an altercation with his GF back in July ... TMZ Sports has learned. 


In the end, Elway was sentenced to 1 year probation -- with 'monitored sobriety' -- he was ordered to pay fines,  can't own firearms and may not have any contact with the victim. 

He was also ordered to complete 1 year of domestic violence counseling.

Elway, 25, was originally arrested in May for the incident and the Associated Press reported, via ESPN.com, that he pleaded not guilty to assault charges and disturbing the peace. He was released from custody after posting $550 bond. 

Elway was a quarterback at Arizona State University, but he stopped playing football after redshirting his freshman year in 2008.