DENVER - SEPTEMBER 26: Running back Laurence Maroney #26 of the Denver Broncos picks up yardage as he rushes against the Indianapolis Colts at INVESCO Field at Mile High on September 26 2010 in Denver Colorado. The Colts defeated the Broncos 27-13. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Laurence Maroney Arrested On Weapons, Drug Charges

Broncos RB Laurence Maroney was arrested on Monday night on weapons and drug charges.

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Laurence Maroney Arrested On Weapons, Drug Charges

The Denver Broncos traded for RB Laurence Maroney from the New England Patriots this season ending the year with 36 carries for 74 yards. It was a season to forget for the Broncos and now it appears the offseason may be one to forget for Maroney.

According to KMOV in St. Louis, Maroney was arrested on Monday night.

Laurence Maroney, 25, is being held on unlawful weapons charges and drug charges.  News 4 confirms he and 3 other men were in a vehicle pulled over by officers late Monday night.    

No other information was available on the arrest.

The Broncos have had a handful of players arrested lately including LB D.J. Williams and CB Perrish Cox. 

Check out Mile High Report for more on the arrest. 

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