On Wednesday, John Boyett was a member of the Denver Broncos practice squad.
On Thursday, John Boyett was no longer a memeber of the Denver Broncos practice squad.
What happened in between? You’ll have to read it to believe it.
Per USA Today:
According to police, in between being on the practice team on Wednesday and being released on Thursday, Boyett punched a cab driver, stole...
Former Denver Broncos safety John Boyett was arrested early Wednesday morning and released by the team the following day. Allow us to tell you a little bit about how Boyett went from Broncos practice squad player to former Broncos safety. According to Jesse Paul of The Denver Post, police say Boyett head-butted and punched a...Read More
John Boyett can most likely kiss his NFL career good-bye.
The safety was cut from the Denver Broncos practice squad after his arrest which police say involved him punching a cab driver, stealing a shovel from a construction site and covering himself in mulch to evade cops.
That’s not all.
During his arrest, the intoxicated Boyett repeatedly slammed his head on the window of the...
DENVER (AP) The Denver Broncos have released safety John Boyett from their practice squad a day after he was charged with assault, theft and harassment.
Police said Boyett, 24, assaulted a cab driver, stole a shovel from a construction site and tried to hide from officers by covering himself in mulch early Wednesday in Greenwood Village, according to court documents.
Via AP on Fox
October 23, 2014
Broncos released DB John Boyett from their practice squad.
Buccaneers signed LB Orie Lemon off of the Chiefs’ practice squad. (NFLTR)
Chiefs signed LB Darin Drakeford to their practice squad.
Cowboys DL Amobi Okoye returned to practice, but remains on the NFI list.
Patriots waived LB Ja’Gared Davis.
John Elway can't fix everything.
John Boyett was a safety on the Denver Broncos practice squad until he was given his walking papers on Thusday. So, what happened?
The Denver Post reports that Boyett was arrested early Wednesday after allegedly head-butting and punching a cab driver. He then apparently went on to steal a shovel from a construction site and tried to hide from police...
In the land of police blurbs, this might very well come close to taking the cake. The Denver Broncos released safety John Boyett on Thursday after he was arrested for assaulting a a cab driver. The former practice squad player apparently head-butted and punched a taxi driver in a bit of drunken rage early Wednesday morning. He then stole a shovel from a construction site and tried...