DENVER (AP) _ A group is posting a billboard advertisement
encouraging suspended running back Ricky Williams and the Broncos
to get together. The same group led a campaign to legalize
marijuana possession in Denver.
Williams remains under contract with Miami.
Williams' agent says he applied for NFL reinstatement this week.
Williams has played in only 12 NFL games since the start of the
2004 season, but rushed for 3,225 yards in 2002-03. His current
suspension began in April 2006 after he violated the league's drug
policy for the fourth time. He tested positive for marijuana this
April, again delaying his return.
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