Williams had been serving a suspension earlier this year, because of violating the NFL’s drug policy for steroids. Then two months ago he was pulled over for a DWAI. The NFL then suspended him for another three games. The judge just made a ruling on the case and decided to place Williams under 30 days of home detention, but he will not have to serve that sentence until after the Super Bowl. Williams is now serving the three game suspension for the DWAI. In Williams’ place, Wesley Woodyard had been playing at a high level. Denver’s defense is definitely in need of added depth and Williams should be able to provide that three weeks from now.