- Bill Williamson, ESPN Staff Writer
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While Ryan McBean's fight with the NFL is over, D.J. Williams is continuing his battle.
The Denver Post reported that McBean has agreed to drop his lawsuit against the league and his NFL suspension has been dropped from six games to three. Denver released McBean last month. He signed with the Ravens on Monday.
Both McBean and Williams were suspended for six games for using a banned substance earlier this offseason. Both players immediately decided to sue the league to get their suspensions overruled. The paper reports Williams is continuing on with his lawsuit.
It is not clear if Williams was offered to have his suspension reduced in exchange for dropping the lawsuit as McBean did.
Williams is one of Denver’s better defensive players.
In other AFC West news:
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting Tennessee is visiting with cornerback Drayton Florence on Wednesday. The Chargers are highly interested in Florence. He spent his first five NFL seasons in San Diego. The Chargers want him to be their nickel cornerback. He was cut by Buffalo last week.
Atlanta cut fullback Ovie Mughelli. Denver may be among the teams interested in adding a fullback.
The Raiders signed center Colin Miller. He was in Pittsburgh’s camp last season. He faces an uphill battle to make the Raiders’ roster.