Bradley Chubb was arrested on Tuesday on a failure-to-appear warrant stemming from traffic infractions earlier this year, per court records obtained by Denver insider Mike Klis of 9News.
The Broncos’ star linebacker was charged with misdemeanor driving under restraint and 60-plus days expired license plates back in May. He failed to show in court on Tuesday.
“Mr. Chubb was contacted late this morning for a minor traffic infraction by deputies from our office,” Sgt. Jeff Miller from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said in an e-mail to 9News. “After contacting Mr. Chubb it was discovered that he had a warrant out of Arapahoe County for FTA (Failure to Appear) on traffic offenses and was taken into custody and transported to the Douglas County Detention Center and is currently in the process of posting a small bond.”
According to the court document, the warrant has been canceled. The document also shows a bond for $500 was set.
The Broncos would soon release a statement:
“We are aware of the matter, which was released to an unresolved traffic issue that has now been addressed.”
The No. 5 overall pick in the 2018 draft logged 7.5 sacks through 14 games during the 2020 season.