The Denver Broncos are waiting to learn the NFL's punishment for Brandon Marshall, who's in trouble for his off-the-field behavior.
The NFL Network has been reporting that Marshall will receive a three-game suspension that could be reduced to two games if he agrees to counseling. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello, however, says the league has nothing to new to report on the matter.
Marshall is due in court next month for a drunken driving trial and was arrested in March on a domestic violence allegation in Atlanta.
NFL Roger Goodell is mulling whether that violates the league's personal conduct policy.