New York City police will not bring charges against Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall in connection with an altercation in March, attorney Harvey Steinberg told the NFL Network on Thursday. Police had been investigating a complaint by a woman who claimed Marshall punched her in the face outside a Manhattan night club. Marshall had admitted he was at the club at the time of the altercation, but said his wife was the victim, and that he took her to the hospital after she was hit in the head with a bottle. Marshall was traded from the Miami Dolphins to the Bears in March. He had 81 receptions for 1,214 yards for the Dolphins in 2011.