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    D.J. Williams suspended 6 games

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    The NFL has suspended three Denver Broncos -- linebacker D.J. Williams, defensive end Ryan McBean and tight end Virgil Green -- for the start of next season.

    Williams and McBean were each suspended six games, while Green received a four-game suspension.

    Williams and McBean were found to allegedly have "non-human" urine in their system, a source told ESPN senior NFL writer John Clayton.

    The situation is similar to what Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers went through this past winter. The person who administered the test was relieved of his duties as a collector for allegedly violating protocol required for testing, a source told Clayton.

    Williams and McBean are considering a lawsuit against the NFL and are challenging some of the procedures in the hearing, a source told Clayton.

    "We are aware of this matter, but due to the confidentiality of the program, we are unable to provide additional comment on the situation," the Broncos said in a statement.

    McBean, Williams and Green are each eligible to participate in offseason workouts, as well as preseason practices and games.

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    [QUOTE=LockeJET;4390369][url]http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/7667289/denver-broncos-dj-williams-ryan-mcbean-virgil-green-suspended[/url]


    The NFL has suspended three Denver Broncos -- linebacker D.J. Williams, defensive end Ryan McBean and tight end Virgil Green -- for the start of next season.

    Williams and McBean were each suspended six games, while Green received a four-game suspension.

    [B]Williams and McBean were found to allegedly have "non-human" urine in their system, a source told ESPN senior NFL writer John Clayton.[/B]The situation is similar to what Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers went through this past winter. The person who administered the test was relieved of his duties as a collector for allegedly violating protocol required for testing, a source told Clayton.

    Williams and McBean are considering a lawsuit against the NFL and are challenging some of the procedures in the hearing, a source told Clayton.

    "We are aware of this matter, but due to the confidentiality of the program, we are unable to provide additional comment on the situation," the Broncos said in a statement.

    McBean, Williams and Green are each eligible to participate in offseason workouts, as well as preseason practices and games.[/QUOTE]

    Golden showers from a horse are a no no in the NFL??:eek:

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