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Williams is planned to start at middle linebacker for the Bears, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Williams (suspensions) will likely be added to the Broncos' active roster prior to Sunday's game against the Chargers, the Denver Post, reports.
Williams (suspension) will return to the team Monday after he agreed to restructure his contract, the Denver Post reports.
Williams officially had three games tacked on to his suspension and will not be eligible to play until Nov. 18 against San Diego, the Bellingham Herald reports.
Williams (suspension) is facing an additional three-game suspension for his DWAI conviction received on August 15, the Denver Post reports.
Williams' six game suspension was upheld by a federal appeals court Monday, the Denver Post reports.
Williams (suspension) was found guilty of driving while ability impaired and driving without his headlights, according to the Denver Post.
Williams (suspension) will not practice much with the first team defense due to his six game suspension, Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post reports.
Williams' lawsuit against the NFL concerning his violation of the league's performance enhancing drug policy was dismissed Thursday and he will likely serve his six-game suspension, the Denver Post reports.
Williams' DUI case resulted in a mistrial and a new trial has been set for August 15, the Denver Post reports.
The NFL suspended Williams for six 2012 games for undisclosed reasons, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.