Former NFL Running back Derek Loville, who played with a few teams and actually won two Super Bowls with the Broncos is now under arrest and facing very serious charges. Police say he was part of a brutal, violent drug trafficking ring after his playing career ended.


Loville, 47, who also played for the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers during his eight-year NFL career, sold drugs in Arizona for a narcotics ring that had tentacles that extended into Brooklyn, according to a sweeping federal indictment.

Loville and 21 others were charged Thursday in the indictment, including the group’s ringleader, Owen “O-Dog” Hanson, 33, a former University of Southern California football player whom federal agents arrested last September as he finished a round of golf at a posh California country club.

Hanson’s sophisticated operation, known as ODOG Enterprise, used the “most terrifying scare tactics” to get debtors to comply with their twisted demands, according to a man involved in the probe whose code name is Robin Hood 702.

Robin Hood 702 told The Post that he broke the case wide open for the FBI after he became a target of the drug ring, which unsuccessfully tried to get him to launder $20 million.

The traffickers sent a horrifying DVD to his Santa Monica home that showed two helpless men being beheaded by a pair of psychos wielding a chain saw and a butcher’s knife.

Hanson also mailed a picture of himself wearing a Mexican wrestler’s mask and holding a shovel while standing in front of the gravesite of Robin Hood 702’s parents. Blood-red paint was splattered on his mother’s tombstone.

“When they desecrated my mother and father’s gravesite, I knew I had to put these guys in jail for a long time,” Robin Hood 702 said.