An NFL spokesman says Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel's recent domestic incident remains under review.
However, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport is reporting that Manziel isn't expected to be disciplined.
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Manziel was interviewed at the team's complex Wednesday night by investigators looking into whether he violated the league's personal conduct policy during an Oct. 12 argument with his girlfriend. Colleen Crowley told police Manziel hit her.
Manziel was joined at the meeting by a representative of the players' union.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy said "no decision has been made" on Manziel, who was not arrested after being questioned by police in Avon, Ohio. Although he was not charged, Manziel can be fined or suspended by the league.
The Browns have not been told when to expect a decision. There's a chance Manziel may have to start Sunday against Arizona because starter Josh McCown is nursing a right shoulder injury and sore ribs. McCown did not practice Wednesday.