In a letter to Brandon Marshall on Tuesday the NFL informed the Broncos receiver that he will not be suspended.
This comes as a surprise to many who believed he could receive as much as an 8-game suspension following his latest arrest.
Marshall was arrested for disorderly conduct in Atlanta on March 1 after a fight with his fiancé, Michi Nogami, who also was charged.
"The NFL has confirmed that based on their own investigation there will not be a suspension or any discipline issues as a result of Mr. Marshall's arrest on March 1," said Marshall's attorney Harvey Steinberg to the Denver Post. "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."
Marshall is still rehabbing his hip after off season surgery and has recently left Denver to continue his rehab in Orlando.
Marshall has indicated to the Broncos that he would like a new contract.