How was your Labor Day? It was better than Colts rookie John Boyett's. Boyett, a safety taken in the sixth round out of Oregon, had himself a hell of a Sunday night. After being refused entrance to an Indianapolis bar because he was too …
DENVER — It seems plausible that after allegedly telling arresting officers to “contact my boss John Elway” on Tuesday, now-former Denver Broncos practice squad player John Boyett was contacted by the team’s vice president on …
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– On the same day he was released by the Indianapolis Colts, rookie safety John Boyett issued a public apology for the behavior that got him arrested at a downtown Indianapolis bar. Issuing the apology via Twitter, …
John Boyett was, not so long ago, a football star at the University of Oregon. Then he was a sixth-round pick in the National Football League draft, an Indianapolis Colt and later a Denver Bronco. Neither of those gigs lasted, though, …
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. - John Boyett, a safety on the Denver Broncos practice squad, was arrested by …
It was the last time John Boyett could call John Elway his boss. Boyett, who had been a member of the Broncos practice squad, was arrested early Wednesday morning in suburban Denver after an ugly incident with a cab driver. The …
Denver Broncos practice squad safety John Boyett was cut today after a Wednesday morning incident involving a scuffle with a cab driver. According to Denver police, Boyett, who was intoxicated at the time, punched and head-butted a cab …
Rookie safety John Boyett has not practiced or played for the Colts this summer because he’s been on the non-football injury list as a result of injuries to both knees that limited him to one game in his final year at Oregon and it seems he …
Senior safety John Boyett, who tied a Rose Bowl record with 17 tackles against Wisconsin last January, will have surgery to repair partial patellar tears in both knees. Boyett has tried to play through the injuries but said he could not avoid …
The John Boyett we remember wasn’t like this: disruptive and dangerous, derailing his NFL career with drunken behavior. Boyett, a practice-team safety released by the Denver Broncos this week after he was charged with assault on a cab …