The NFL announced Friday that Broncos S Shiloh Keo has been suspended two games for violating their personal-conduct policy, per Nicki Jhabvala.
Last month, Keo plead guilty to a misdemeanor DUI charge stemming from his arrest back in February, according to TMZ.
In exchange for his plea, Keo received one year of probation and a suspended license. He will also be required to speak at 8 high schools and pay a $952.50 fine.
Keo, 28, is a former fifth round pick of the Texans back in 2011. He spent just over four years in Houston before he was waived at the start of the 2014 season. The Bengals later signed Keo to a future/reserve contract in January of last year, but he was unfortunately among their final roster cuts coming out of the preseason.
Interestingly enough, Keo reached out to Broncos DC Wade Phillips about an opportunity with the Broncos and they actually signed him to a contract back towards the end of the year.
Denver elected to re-sign Keo to a one-year contract this past April.
In 2015, Keo appeared in four games for the Broncos and recorded five tackles, an interception and a pass defense.