Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall (pictured above in a mugshot from a previous arrest) was arrested in Atlanta Sunday night on a disorderly conduct charge stemming from a fight. Marshall arrived at the City of Atlanta jail around 5:50 a.m. on the disorderly conduct charge and was released five hours later after posting $300 bond. A lieutenant informed The Associated Press that Marshall was due in court at 8 a.m. Monday, but he had no other details regarding the arrest.
This is Marshall’s fourth arrest since March 2006.
It was a March 6, 2008, arrest on a domestic violence warrant filed by his former girlfriend in Atlanta that led Goodell to summon Marshall to his New York offices last summer to explain his series of misdeeds. At that time, Marshall also faced a drunken driving trial that didn’t fall under the league’s personal conduct policy that would allow for suspension.
After sitting out the opener last season, Marshall returned from his suspension insisting he had turned round his life. He began making weekly visits to the Darrent Williams Teen Center on his days off to help inner city youths, something he said kept him grounded and fed his desire to stay off the police blotter.
Marshall said at the Pro Bowl last month he was ready to settle down and he proposed to his fiance, Michi Nogami, while in Hawaii for the all-star game. Broncos fans hoped this was another sign of Marshall maturing. (Source)