Saints cornerback PJ Williams has been convicted of driving charges while drunk in New Orleans early on Wednesday, according to records.
The authorities booked a 25-year-old girl in charge of drunk driving and casual driving around 1:10 and he had been arrested a little more than three hours later.
Williams played football at college in Florida and helped the Seminoles win a national championship before becoming the third round for the Saints in 2015
For the past two years he was a regular player in the field of defense, trapped three passes when New Orleans reached the division's round of the match and the NFC title.
Perhaps the most memorable game of this campaign was the Vicking of Kirk Cousins at week 8 and the return of the touchdown ball to everyone, but perhaps 30 to 20 victories in Minnesota, revenging on the painful defeat of the playoffs there last season. He also helped make a small game that the saints recovered to turn the wave of the race.
However, Williams's contract expires this season. Unless he signs a new deal with the saints, he will become a free agent.
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