Malzahn says he hasn't decided if Marshall will face any additional punishment, or what that punishment might entail.
The Tigers say Marshall has addressed the team and is very remorseful.
"He said that he was going to take the punishment with open palms, as he should," says tight end CJ Uzomah, who replaced Marshall at Media Days. "We haven't lost any faith in him. He's still the leader of our team. He knows that."
Auburn jumps right into conference play, opening the 2014 season against Arkansas.
SEC Media Days continues Tuesday when Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas A&M take the stage.
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