November 28, 2014
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Brandon Marshall won't face disciplinary
action from the NFL over his latest arrest in a domestic dispute.
League spokesman Greg Aiello tells The Associated Press that the
Denver Broncos' Pro Bowl receiver has been notified that no punishment is forthcoming as the result of his arrest in Atlanta on March 1 that stemmed from a fight with his new fiance.
Charges were dropped the next day when Marshall and his fiance
refused to testify against each other.
The Broncos were worried that Marshall's latest arrest could lead to another suspension for repeated violations of the league's personal conduct code. He missed last year's opener for a series of police-related incidents with his former girlfriend.