Police say that Thomas drove more than 70 mph in a 30-mile zone with two people inside when he lost control of Auraria Parkway at 12th Street and ran a car.
The Sheriff's Department in Denver confirmed that Thomas was taken into custody and appeared in court early in the evening on Thursday.
The case also filed two offenses – meaningless driving and no evidence of insurance.
: 20am at Auraria Parkway right before the catastrophe. His car went off the road, passed through the raised median, started in the northern strip of the 12th street, and then raised the median on the 12th and "was in the air." The vehicle flew over the southern stripes of the 12th and landed in the grassy bands
Thomas and the male passenger suffered minor injuries and the female passenger was more seriously injured. All three were forced to be taken to the hospital.
A veteran sale was sold by Broncos in X'Unston, Texans in the middle of last season. His next game as a professional – November 4 – returned to Denver, playing against his old teammates.