Future and Former NFL players got DUI arrests this week

PJWilliamsProjected first round NFL draft pick P.J. Williams, a cornerback from Florida State, was arrested for DUI last Friday in Tallahassee.  According to USA Today:

Williams, whose full name is Kenneth Lamar Williams, was arrested shortly after 3 a.m. ET by the Florida State University Police Department after he made an illegal left turn on Dewey Street out of the McDonald’s parking lot. There is a posted sign prohibiting a left turn.

He was driving the rental car on a suspended license, according to court records.

Williams, 21, stopped during a green light at the intersection of Dewey and Tennessee Streets before turning onto Tennessee Street.

He swerved over the center line several times and the outside line nearly hitting the curb before he was stopped, court records show.

The FSUPD officer noticed Williams’ eyes were red and watery and he spoke with slurred speech, according to court records.

He told officers he was coming from local bar Recess. His stance swayed and he braced against the door of the vehicle when officers asked him to exit.

He refused a field sobriety test and to give a breath sample at the Leon County Jail.

Also under arrest for DUI, and assault, is former 49er and Raider tackle Kwame Harris.

From the Bay Area ABC news:

A former Bay Area football star has been arrested and was accused of hitting two cars in San Francisco and being under the influence of drugs.
Police took 33-year-old Kwame Harris into custody at 14th Street and Van Ness Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Sunday night.
Harris used to be a lineman for the 49ers, Raiders, and the Stanford Cardinals.
When police first tried to detain Harris, they say he tried to bite an officer. The officer was not hurt.

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