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The Minnesota Supreme Court has cleared the way for the NFL to suspend Minnesota Vikings defensive lineman Pat Williams, perhaps the final chapter in the closely watched anti-doping case.
Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams has ended his legal fight with the NFL over a failed drug test and the league's plan to suspend him. His friend and teammate Pat Williams, however, has decided to keep going.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that there is no legal reason to grant Vikings defensive tackles Kevin Williams and Pat Williams permanent relief from their NFL suspensions for violating the league's anti-doping policy.