Denver Broncos All-Pro linebacker Von Miller insisted Monday that he did nothing wrong in the face of reports he could miss four games for violating the NFL's drug policy.
"I know I did nothing wrong. I'm sure this'll be resolved fairly," Miller tweeted.
ESPN first reported the pending discipline for Miller.
Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth said the team would not comment on the penalty, which could be overturned by an appeal. Miller and his agent didn't return messages left by AP.
Without Miller, the Broncos defense would be missing its best pass rusher for its first four games -- against Baltimore, the New York Giants, Oakland and Philadelphia.
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said there is "unanimity" among leaders from five power conferences that significant changes are needed now in the NCAA.
Bowlsby and the commissioners of the SEC, Big Ten, Pac 12 and ACC met about six weeks ago to discuss issues, including an NCAA legislative system that makes it difficult to enact substantial changes or enforce the rules in place. There are also huge gaps in resources between schools in the same divisions.
In addition, star cornerback Bradley Roby, who was arrested in Indiana for an altercation with a security guard at a bar this past weekend, will not represent the Buckeyes at this week's Big Ten media days. Freshman recruits Marcus Baugh, a tight end, and defensive lineman Tim Gardner were also disciplined.
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that point guard Nate Robinson has agreed on a two-year deal with the Denver Nuggets.