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What to do with D.J. Williams?
That's a question the Broncos are faced with after an offseason filled with some strange behavior coupled with previous off-field issues.
He is currently facing a six-game suspension to start the 2012 season stemming from a violation of the league's substance abuse policy. Williams subsequently sued the NFL, claiming his urine sample was tampered with.
Then there's his second DUI charge since being drafted by the Broncos in 2004. He is scheduled to appear in court in August for a DUI he incurred in November of 2010. If convicted, he could serve jail time and a potential suspension for another four games. That could mean 10 games without the veteran linebacker.
Williams also caused a ruckus when he recently tweeted a picture of the Broncos' defensive playbook for all to see. With a guy like Wesley Woodyard primed and ready to step up, one would think Williams would be on his best behavior. He obviously didn't get the memo.
It will be interesting to see if the Broncos part ways with D.J. Williams or decide that he's worth the trouble he has gotten himself into.