Issues remain for Brandon Marshall, but he no longer has to worry about a possible NFL suspension. The NFL notified Marshall's agent, Kennard McGuire, by letter Tuesday that the Broncos' WR would not be suspended or disciplined because of his March 1 arrest. In that incident, Marshall and his fiancee, Michi Nogami, were charged with disorderly conduct after an argument in the Atlanta area. A court judge dismissed the case the next day. "I had been in touch with the NFL since right after the incident occurred, and we were under the belief that what took place would not rise to the level of any form of discipline," said Harvey Steinberg, Marshall's attorney. Marshall's off-field problems aren't completely behind him. He is facing a court case this month in Atlanta stemming from misdemeanor battery charges against his former girlfriend, Rasheedah Watley, from a March 2008 incident.
League won't punish Marshall
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