Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
There are indications Brandon Marshall will learn whether he will be suspended as soon as Thursday.
According to league sources, the league is still considering Marshall's varied off-field issues and has not made a final decision on whether to suspend him. However, sources believe Marshall will likely end up serving a short suspension.
Marshall met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell nearly two weeks ago to review his issues. If Denver loses Marshall, even if it is just for two games, it will miss him. In 2007, Marshall became the third receiver in NFL history to catch at least 100 catches in his second season.