Charges against Broncos’ Jerry Jeudy dropped

Jerry Jeudy has charges dropped.

Charges against Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Jerry Jeudy were dismissed in Colorado on Tuesday.

The Arapahoe County (Colo.) District Attorney’s office filed a formal motion to dismiss second-degree criminal tampering charges with a domestic violence against Jeudy.

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and James Palmer originally reported the move.

The charges were described as domestic violence-related when Jeudy was cited in early May.

At the time, the woman involved told investigators the wide receiver was in control of several pieces of her property, including a wallet, a child car seat, and paperwork involving her child. Those items, she said, were locked inside a vehicle.

No physical contact was alleged between Jeudy and the woman during the domestic dispute, and Jeudy was taken into custody without incident, a deputy said during a press conference last month.

Jeudy, 23, spent one night in jail following the incident and has been described as cooperative since.

The NFL conducts it’s own investigations into conduct matters and it’s not known if Jeudy could face punishment.