Denver Broncos linebacker John Mobley was convicted of drunken driving today.
A Douglas County jury also convicted Mobley of driving with excessive alcohol and speeding.
Mobley faces between seven days and a year in jail. He also faces a fine of 450 to one thousand dollars on the drunken driving charge.
Sentencing is set for July 22nd.
Broncos spokesman Jim Saccomano declined to comment on Mobley's future.
The conviction was Mobley's second related to alcohol.
He was charged with D-U-I in 1999 after a car wreck. He pleaded guilty to lesser charges of driving while impaired, driving without a license and careless driving.
Mobley was sentenced to one year's probation and ordered to complete 24 hours of community service.
His latest conviction comes from a December 2002 arrest in Parker after a roadside sobriety test.
Police said he was driving 69 miles an hour in a 40 miles an hour zone.
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