A woman who said 49ers QB Jim Druckenmiller raped her while she was too drunk to stop him had consumed enough alcohol to render her unconscious that night -- as much as four times the legal limit to be considered intoxicated, said James Valentour, the state's chief of forensic toxicology, in a Christiansburg, Va., court.
Druckenmiller, a former Virginia Tech star, is accused of forcing sex on a 21-year-old Tech student who passed out at a party in Blacksburg. The woman said she awoke to find the 6-foot-4, 240-pound player on top of her.
He faces five years to life in prison if convicted.
BEARS WAIVE KRAMER: The Bears waived veteran QB Erik Kramer, their all-time leading passer, two days before the start of training camp. Kramer, 34, missed the second half of last season with knee and shoulder surgery.
MORE FOR MOORE: WR Herman Moore, a four-time Pro Bowl selection and Detroit's career receiving leader, signed a contract extension that will keep him with the Lions through 2005.
Moore's Boston-based agent, Brad Blank, said the extension would pay his client about $28 million over five seasons -- an average of $5.6 million per year -- with a signing bonus of $8 million to $9 million.