Gordon charged with DUI

Broncos running back Melvin Gordon was reportedly charged with a DUI in Denver on Tuesday night

Broncos running back Melvin Gordon was reportedly charged with a DUI in Denver on Tuesday night

According to police, Gordon displayed several signs of intoxication, including slurred speech, watery eyes, the odor of alcohol, and he appeared to be swaying.

Gordon was pulled over in downtown Denver for driving 71 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone.

Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon is in danger of facing sanctions from the National Football League after he was charged with driving under the influence Tuesday, according to court and police documents. He was arrested after failing field sobriety tests, 9News reported.

The Broncos issued a brief statement about the incident. He's slated to appear in Denver County Court for an arraignment November 13, a day before the Broncos are scheduled to fly to Las Vegas to play the Raiders.

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Denver Broncos starting running back Melvin Gordon was charged with a DUI and speeding of 25-39 miles per hour over the limit Tuesday night in downtown Denver, according to court records.

Denver's scheduled Week 5 game against the New England Patriots was postponed to next week, and Gordon did not seem thrilled about that. Since joining Denver in the recent offseason, the 27-year-old has already made his presence felt, leading the team this season with 65 carries, 281 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. His 43-yard TD run sealed the Broncos' first win after opening the season with three losses.

Coach Vic Fangio sent him home from practice on Wednesday and told reporters the team has not decided whether Gordon will play on Sunday.

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