Super Bowl champion safety Shiloh Keo was arrested early Saturday morning in Idaho on a driving under the influence charge.
According to the arrest report on the Ada County Sheriff's website, Keo, 28, was booked at 2:19 a.m. by Idaho State Police. He has since bonded out.
"We're aware of the matter involving Shiloh Keo and are in the process of reviewing it," the Denver Broncos told NFL Media in a statement.
Keo was a backup safety who played four regular season game for the Broncos, mostly in spot duty and on special teams. After injuries decimated the Denver secondary in the AFC Championship Game, Keo's role increased, earning three tackles. He also recovered the Patriots' onside kick attempt to seal the victory.
The safety went to college at Idaho before being drafted in the fifth round in 2011 by the Houston Texans.