Denver Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly is probably in danger of losing his job. That’s after he was arrested for criminal trespassing on Tuesday. While Kelly is still on the team’s roster, Broncos President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway said that Denver will take a hard look at the details before making their next move, which may or may not involve letting the second-year pro go.

In an appearance on Orange & Blue 760 Tuesday morning, John Elway had the following to say with regards to Kelly’s situation and how the team is planning to deal with it (h/t Aric DiLalla of the Broncos’ official website).

“We’re going to look into this, and look into it very seriously, because the charges are very, very serious and we understand that. We will look into this and then make decisions as we go.”

According to an affidavit, Kelly waltzed into a private property without permission from the place’s residents. He was also said to have sat next to a mother and her child and talked in an incoherent manner. He only left the property when he was chased out of the location by another resident, who hit the quarterback with an aluminum tube, per Nick Jhabvala of The Athletic.

The woman called for a male homeowner, who confronted the intruder and hit him with what was later identified as an aluminum vacuum tube in the upper back and kicked him out of the home.

If there were any chance of Kelly overtaking Case Keenum as the Broncos’ starting quarterback at some point this season, the legal trouble that the former Ole Miss Rebels star is going to face likely have snuffed it all.

Kelly, who was selected by the Broncos in last year’s NFL Draft, only has one appearance so far in his pro career.