Marshall mum on suspension, vows to do what's necessary to play
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Brandon Marshall is content to let his actions -- and others -- do the talking for him.
A day after the Denver Broncos' talented but troubled star was suspended for three games by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for violating the league's personal conduct code, Marshall sidestepped several questions about the matter, including whether he felt he needed counseling, which the league suggested.
Marshall also left his coach and quarterback to vouch for his character.
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