Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon has stirred up a bit of trouble ahead of the AFC West club’s Sunday matchup against the New England Patriots.

After being tagged with a DUI citation, the two-time Pro Bowler’s status remains undecided ahead of Sunday, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

The former All-American went out for drinks with a few associates on Tuesday night and had partaken in some wine before proceeding to get behind the wheel and drive home. Gordon called Broncos general manager John Elway to offer his apologies while taking full accountability for his actions.

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Gordon spent five seasons with the then–San Diego and now–Los Angeles Chargers before signing a two-year, $16 million contract with the Broncos on April 27. During his first year in Denver, he’s tallied 281 yards off 65 carries through four games. He’s also only average 4.3 yards per rush this season as well, a step down from his Pro Bowl days with the Chargers.

With or without Gordon come Sunday, the Broncos haven’t had much luck this season. They currently possess a 1-3 record, tying them with Gordon’s former team, the Chargers, for third seed in the the division.

The Broncos may catch a break with quarterback Drew Lock returning to full practice on Wednesday after nursing a shoulder injury. Lock has been out of action since Week 2, which has also hindered the Broncos chances of success early on into the season. They’ll have a fair shot at a New England Patriots team that’s been on the wrong side of triumph lately.

With star quarterback Cam Newton testing positive for COVID-19 amongst other players, the Patriots-Broncos contest was slated at a later date in Week 6. Coming into the game, the Patriots have lost their last two games.