INDIANAPOLIS—The National Football League announced Friday that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Chad Kelly has been suspended, without pay, for the first two games of the regular-season.
The league said Kelly violated the NFL's "personal conduct policy."
Kelly is eligible to participate in all off-season and pre-season practices and games
He will be eligible to return to the Colts’ active roster on Monday, September 16 following the team’s September 15 game against the Tennessee Titans.
That's assuming Kelly even makes the team's final cut.
The Colts brought him in a few weeks ago as the third backup quarterback.
Kelly played just briefly for Denver in one regular-season game last year.
He was then released by the Broncos after being arrested for trespassing.