Court records say Broncos' Williams failed second drug test
The court documents filed in the appeal case of the Broncos' D.J. Williams do not look for the linebacker trying to overturn his six-game suspension.
According to the Denver Post, court records show Williams failed a second test for performance-enhancing drugs, and that a third test may have been compromised as a bottle fell from Williams' waist as he was providing a urine sample.
Williams' attorney Peter Ginsberg said the NFL never pursued the second failed test against Williams, and that both Williams and a Broncos trainer said there was nothing alleged to be fishy regarding the bottle.
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