According to Denver police, Kelly was at a Halloween party hosted by former teammate Von Miller on Oct. 23 on the night of the incident. He’s accused of walking into a couple’s home after 1 a.m. local time, sitting on their couch and “mumbling incoherently.” Former Broncos quarterback Chad Kelly has pleaded guilty in a Denver court to second-degree criminal trespassing, The Denver Post reported Wednesday.By pleading guilty, Kelly, 24, has agreed to one year of probation and 50 hours of community service. The man in the home then attacked Kelly with an aluminum vacuum-cleaner tube, causing Kelly to flee the property. He was picked up by police two blocks away from the Halloween party. Related News John Elway says 34-year-old QB Joe Flacco is ‘just getting into his prime’ As a result of the rest, the Broncos decided to release Kelly, who they selected with the last pick of the 2017 NFL Draft. He has yet to be re-signed to another team.It’s not the first time Kelly has been in trouble — he was kicked off the Clemson team in 2014 for arguing with the coaches, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor stemming from a 2014 bar fight and gained national attention for trying to fight at his brother’s high school football game in 2016.
A live microphone once caught him saying: “This old hag is worse than the one-eyed guy.” It was a reference to Argentine President Cristina Kirchner and her late husband and former President Néstor Kirchner, who had a lazy eye.Critics point to Mujica’s shortcomings, including his failure to implement education reform, even as the country’s academic achievements fell.Vázquez inherits a country facing a tougher economic climate than when he first took office in 2005.Uruguay has enjoyed 12 years of unbroken growth and record-low unemployment, but is now struggling to deal with the end of the global commodities boom.Inflation is now more than one point above the official target range of three to seven percent, and Uruguay’s giant neighbors Argentina and Brazil are both experiencing economic downturns. Facebook Comments MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — Tabaré Vázquez was sworn in as president of Uruguay Sunday, returning to office a decade after first leading the left to power and drawing a curtain on folksy farmer José Mujica’s colorful rule. Related posts:Uruguay plan to sell pot at pharmacies slammed US prepares to ramp up transfers from Guantanamo Uruguay says it won’t take more Guantanamo inmates Uruguay to probe dictatorship crimes