Things do not look too promising for Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall as according to a report put out by the NFL Network, the wideout – based on NFL sources – will be suspended by the NFL for violation of the league’s personal conduct policy; the suspension would last for thre games and could be reduced to 2 games if Marshall undergoes counseling.
Assuming Marshall is suspended, he will still be able to practice with his team during the preseason but will miss the beginning of the regular season and cannot practice after September 2 while he is suspended. Marshall is scheduled to go on trial in September after a drunk driving arrest in October of 2007; in addition to that arrest, he was arrested on a domestic violence warrant that was filed by his former girlfriend in Atlanta on March 6 – of which the charges were dropped.
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