One of the biggest stories to rock the NFL offseason was the revelation that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was accused of soliciting prostitution on two separate occasions from the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida. Kraft has pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree solicitation and will now be awaiting trial. Meanwhile, ex-NFL player and runner up on Celebrity Big Brother 2, Ricky Williams, is weighing in on the situation and he's doing so from a place of sympathy.

While appearing on the "Domenick Nati Show," Williams explained that he sees where Kraft is coming from and that not everybody should be so quick to judge the Patriots owner.

"I think people have different moral standards and judgments," Williams explained. "But, from a purely ... I'll call it practical, maybe a little taboo ... sometimes it's just better to pay for it, you know?" 

Williams is among many other athletes and figures in the sports world who feel as though Kraft's crimes have been exaggerated. Although, with allegations that there was a human trafficking ring at this particular spa, some are feeling a little bit of anger towards Kraft.

If convicted, the Patriots owner could face up to one year in prison.