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Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams was in New York Wednesday for an appeal hearing with the NFL regarding his recent driving while ability impaired charge, according to the Denver Post.
Williams will likely be suspended an additional two-to-three games on top of his six game suspensions he is currently serving for violating the league's performance enhancement policy.
Williams drove away from a Denver nightclub with his lights off at 3 a.m. on Nov. 12, 2010 and was found guilty by a jury Aug. 15.
During the trial Williams had already been suspended six games for providing a "non-human" urine sample during a mandatory drug screening following the NFL's 2011 lockout.
Williams will miss the Broncos upcoming game against Oakland on Sunday, New England Patriots on Oct. 7 and Sand Diego on Oct. 15.
If the NFL suspends Williams for two more games he will miss the home game against the New Orleans Saints and road game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
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Former San Diego Chargers running back Mike Tolbert (35) is tackled by Denver Broncos free safety Quinton Carter during the first half of an NFL football game last season on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)
The Denver Broncos have announced three roster moves a little more than 24-hours before their game in Denver versus the Oakland Raiders.
Joe Mays won't play this week vs. the Raiders after all.
After it was leaked that Mays was suspended for one game following his helmet-to-helmet collision with Matt Schaub that resulted in the quarterback losing not only his helmet – but a piece of his ear also – the NFL upheld their ruling of suspending Mays for one game. Mays will be barred from the team's facilities...
When the Broncos opened up the Peyton Manning era in the season opener vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 9th, Manning didn't turn the ball over a single time, and it was hard to find anything to criticize about Manning's debut with the 'Orange Crush', as he slowly dissected Pittsburgh's defense, going 19/26 for 253 yards and two touchdowns.
Brian Dawkins has no idea how he'll react Sunday, when he watches his No. 20 jersey formally retired before the Eagles-Giants game at Lincoln Financial Field.
''I've thought about it, and I just don't know,'' he said. ''Will I kick into game mode or will I be a mushy tear machine? I don't know. All I know is it's an awesome thing. Last...
You saw it, I saw it, Roger Goodell saw it and my head is still ringing from it four days later. The hit administered by Denver Broncos Linebacker Joe Mays on Houston Quarterback Matt Schaub will be one that Schaub will not soon forget. A portion of the quarterback’s ear was torn off when the helmet was dislodged from his head. Helmets are made to be snug to fit and protect...
Denver running back Willis McGahee (ribs) is listed as probable for Week 4, according to the Denver Post.Fantasy Spin:McGahee left Sunday's game against Houston with injured ribs but he's been fine in practice this week. Even if he wears protection for his ribs he should still be fine to start as a RB2 in 12-team leagues.
On Sunday the Philadelphia Eagles will honor safety Brian Dawkins during a halftime ceremony. The ritual will take place as the Eagles take on their division rivals the New York Giants.
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This Sunday, the Eagles will honor their former Safety and fan favorite, Brian Dawkins. On Sunday night, the Eagles will retire the legendary #20 prior to the start of the game. B-Dawk was remebered for his on, and off the field leadership. Brian gave absolutely everything he had, night in and night out. Besides his on field play, and his never give up attitude, Dawkins was...
Broncos LB Joe Mays had his one-game suspension upheld yesterday for his brutal helmet-to-helmet hit on Texans’ QB Matt Schaub last Sunday.
(Photo: Joe Amon/denverpost.com)
The impact of the hit was so great that it sent Schaub’s helmet flying, along with a small piece of his ear lobe. And if you look closely enough in the banner pic above, you just might be able to make out...
This Sunday the Oakland Raiders will be going up against long time rival, the Denver Broncos. The Raiders lead this series overall with a record of 53 wins, 39 losses and 1 tie. The Raiders hope to make that 54 wins this Sunday, but the Broncos will do their best to keep it from happening. [...]