Jury convicts Williams of ability-impaired driving

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DENVER (AP) -- Jurors have convicted Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams of driving while ability-impaired.

Jurors also convicted Williams on Wednesday of driving without headlights.

Jurors began deliberating Wednesday in the drunken driving case after a trial that lasted less than a day.

Williams already is facing a six-game suspension for failing an offseason drug test.

Williams was arrested about 3 a.m. on Nov. 12, 2010, after police stopped him for driving without headlights, cited him for DUI and took him to a detox facility.

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