Denver Broncos safety Shiloh Keo was arrested early Saturday on a charge of driving under the influence in his native Idaho.
KBOI TV in Boise, Idaho, reported that Keo was booked into the Ada County Jail at 2:19 a.m. Saturday by the Idaho State Police. Keo has bonded out of jail since the overnight incident.
"We're aware of the matter involving Shiloh Keo and are in the process of reviewing it," the Broncos told NFL Media in a statement.
Keo, 28, signed with the Broncos in December and played in the final four regular-season games and through the Super Bowl championship run for a banged-up Broncos secondary. He had five regular-season tackles and one interception, and three postseason tackles mostly in spot duty and on special teams.
Keo, who was Houston's fifth-round pick out of Idaho in the 2011 NFL Draft, played in 42 games for the Texans from 2011-13, recording 81 tackles and two interceptions.
Keo is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent when the new league year begins on March 9.