Man claimed to be Broncos owner, tried to ‘get’ John Elway at team headquarters

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- A man was arrested after he reportedly went to the UCHealth Training Center in Englewood and claimed to be a part-owner of the Denver Broncos.

Cordell Eric Robinson, 36, threatened to “get” Broncos General Manager John Elway when he entered the Dove Valley facility on Monday according to investigators.

(Photo: Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office)

(Photo: Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office)

"He had entered a restricted area and was told to leave, but [was] able to access the locked lobby," the Arapahoe Sheriff's County Office stated on Twitter.

When a security guard asked him to leave, the man claimed he has a 20 percent stake in the team, the Post reported.

That's when Robinson yelled, “I’ll get you and Elway,” according to the report.

Robinson was charged with trespassing, which is a misdemeanor, according to Vikki Migoya with the Office of the District Attorney, 18th Judicial District.

Robinson was in court Tuesday for an advisement hearing, Migoya said. His bond was set at $750. He posted bond Thursday night.

Robinson's next court date is a pre-trial conference on Oct. 17 at 8:15 a.m., Migoya confirmed.

Denver Broncos Vice President of Public Relations Patrick Smyth called it "a very minor disturbance in our lobby handled by security."