The Denver police have issued an arrest warrant for Broncos' TJ Ward for an altercation involving the free safety in a night club.
Ward was a prized free agent acquisition for the Super Bowl-finalist Broncos' and the franchise worked hard during the off-season to sign the free safety amidst fierce competition.
Sonny Jackson who is a spokesman for the Denver Police Department released a statement to NFL media on Thursday detailing the altercation involving Ward and the subsequent arrest warrant.
The statement read: "The incident involving T.J. Ward occurred on the evening of May 9 at a nightclub in southeast Denver called Centerfold, We determined that there was a dispute, and he was involved in a minor altercation."
Jackson continued: "He was issued a summons for simple assault and disturbing the peace, both misdemeanors. The arrest warrant was issued Thursday because he hasn't turned himself in yet."
The Broncos responded to the Denver Police Department recognising they were aware of the situation involving Ward and would continue to review all facts in relation to the case.