Gambling charges dropped in Nevada against Broncos’ safety Quinton Carter

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Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter

Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter

Prosecutors dropped felony gambling charges against Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter Monday.

The Denver Post reported the charges in Nevada were dropped.

The 24-year-old was charged in March with three counts of a fraudulent act against the Texas Station casino in North Las Vegas.

Carter was accused of putting $5 chips on craps table after the dice rolled while he was in the casino March 9.

Carter immediately said he would be cleared, and on Monday he was.

The Broncos drafted Carter in the fourth round in 2011. He missed most of last season with a knee injury.