September 22, 2014
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall declined to comment Friday about his return from a team-imposed suspension, culminating his week of public silence on the matter.
Marshall was reinstated Sunday after a nine-day suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. He could be subject to a fine for failing to make himself available to reporters at least once during the week of practice leading up to Sunday's opener at Cincinnati.
Typically, though, the league first sends a letter to the offending player advising him of the NFL regulations mandating his minimum availability to the media.
Coach Josh McDaniels imposed the suspension after Marshall's insubordinate antics during practice became a distraction.
But McDaniels said Friday he had no complaints since Marshall's return.
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