D.J. Williams has been convicted by a Denver County jury of driving while ability impaired and of driving without his headlights on, according to the Denver Post.
Williams had been charged with driving under the influence, a more serious charge, from an incident in November 2010.
This is the second driving impaired conviction on Williams' record, as he had a similar conviction in 2005. Because of that, he could be subject to discipline by Commissioner Roger Goodell.
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