Third member of Broncos organization charged with DUI; Executives suspended

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Quentin Saulsberry, at the time a player for Mississippi State University, gives an interview in 2011. (Credit: YouTube)

Quentin Saulsberry, at the time a player for Mississippi State University, gives an interview in 2011. (Credit: YouTube)

DENVER — For the third time in a week, news has emerged of a Denver Broncos employee being charged with drunken driving.

Broncos offensive lineman Quentin Saulsberry was arrested May 19 on suspicion of DUI in Arapahoe County, FOX31 Denver confirmed Monday. He is next due in court on July 19.

“We have been aware of Quentin Saulsberry’s arrest and will continue to monitor the legal developments related to this matter, which is subject to review under the NFL’s policies,” Broncos spokesperson Patrick Smyth told NFL.com.

Last week, the team admitted that both Director of Pro Personnel Tom Heckert and Director of Player Personnel Matt Russell were cited for impaired driving recently. Beginning on July 15, Heckert will be suspended without pay for one month, while Russell will be suspended without pay indefinitely, the team announced Monday.

“The Broncos will support Matt and Tom during their suspensions and beyond as necessary,” the team said in a media release. “They will be provided with treatment resources as needed in the form of education, counseling and other rehabilitation programs.”

The NFL will impose no additional punishments on the two executives, the Broncos said.

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