EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -Vikings coach Brad Childress is planning on Pro Bowl defensive tackles Kevin Williams and Pat Williams playing in Sunday's game against Houston.
Childress had no comment Monday on a Fox Sports report that the two Williamses have tested positive for one of the NFL's banned substances. That would mean a four-game suspension pending appeal.
The league's policy is supposed to be confidential, so coaches and the NFL cannot comment.
Childress called the situation ``a personal issue.'' He says the Vikings won't let it be a distraction.

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