Marshall was arrested just before 6 a.m. in connection to a fight, but posted a $300 bond and was released from the Atlanta City Jail a few hours later.
The Broncos wide receiver was due in court at 8 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday, but there has been no word yet on what happened at the hearing.
Our partners at The Denver Post say Marshall plans to make a statement at some point on Monday.
Marshall was suspended last season by the NFL for three games for violating the league's personal conduct policy, but that suspension was later reduced to one game.
The wide receiver faced misdemeanor charges of trespass, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and refusal to obey and assault on an officer on Halloween 2004, but the charges were dropped.
In 2005, Marshall was charged with retail theft, but the charges were dropped again.
Then in 2006, Marshall and his girlfriend both filed police reports of physical abuse by the other, but no arrests were made.
In January 2007, Marshall and his dad were interviewed by police after an argument in a parking lot and Marshall claimed his dad tried to hit him with his car. His dad says Marshall shot a gun, but no charges were filed.
Then in March 2007, the Broncos receiver was arrested in charges of domestic violence and false imprisonment, but the charges were dropped two months later.
In June 2007, three reports were filed that month against Marshall by a former girlfriend in Atlanta, but no charges were filed.
Marshall was in trouble in October 2007 when he was arrested in charged with driving under the influence after he went the wrong way on a one way street in LoDo, but Marshall pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and got a year on probation.
Then in March 2008, there were three reports and a criminal warrant filed after Marshall and his girlfriend got into a fight in Atlanta. He was arrested on misdemeanor batter, but charges are still pending in the case.
Also that month, Marshall had to get numerous stitches after he said he slipped on an empty McDonald's bag while wrestling with family members at his home in Orlando, Fla., and put his arm through a television entertainment system as he braced his fall. His arm was in a cast and he missed the beginning of training camp. He wasn't cleared to play again until late-June.
And in May 2008, Atlanta Police were dispatched this his ex-girlfriend's house to enforce a temporary restraining order while she removed belongings. She told police she felt threatened.
This latest arrest could catch the eye of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Marshall could face up to an 8-game suspension.
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