Brandon Marshall’s attorney, Harvey Steinberg, told Michelle Beisner of NFL Network that the Bears’ newest wide receiver will not face any charges stemming from a New York nightclub incident this past March.
Marshall had been accused of punching a woman by the name of Christin Myles in the face, but early reports were that the woman refused to cooperate with police following her initial allegations.
Steinberg said Marshall was cleared due to a lack of evidence.
The incident occurred just days before the Bears traded two third-round Draft picks to obtain Marshall from the Dolphins, and both the Bears and Dolphins were aware of the altercation.
“We decided to move forward with the trade,” Phil Emery said. “We have high expectations for Brandon as a Bear.” And now it seems he can officially start fresh in Chicago.