Broncos’ Von Miller arrested after failing to appear in court

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DENVER -- Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller was arrested Sunday after failing to appear in court for traffic violations.

Miller was arrested at the Centennial Gun Club after the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office received a call on someone who had a warrant.

Miller was reportedly scheduled to appear in court last December for traffic violations that occurred on October 26, including charges of driving without a license, failing to display proof of insurance and careless driving.

The Denver Broncos released the following statement Wednesday afternoon:

“We have been aware of the matter involving Von Miller’s failure to appear in court for traffic violations. It was reported to the league earlier this week and is being handled through the legal system.”

Miller is scheduled to appeal his four-game suspension for an alleged failed drug test this Thursday.

The 24-year-old is the fourth member of the Broncos organization to be arrested this summer. Offensive lineman Quentin Saulsberry was arrested May 19 on suspicion of DUI in Arapahoe County, and Director of Pro Personnel Tom Heckert and Director of Player Personnel Matt Russell were also cited for impaired driving.

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 NFL will impose no additional punishments on the two executives.