Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers will not be disciplined by the NFL after being involved in a domestic violence investigation earlier this year, the league said in a statement Thursday.

“Following a review, the NFL concluded there was insufficient evidence to support a finding that Zay Flowers engaged in any activity that violated the NFL’s personal conduct policy,” the league said in a statement. “There will be no action taken by the league and Flowers remains eligible to participate in all team activities.”

This decision comes two months after Baltimore County Police suspended a domestic violence investigation involving Flowers, who was never charged. The alleged incident occurred Jan. 16 in Owings Mills, Maryland. According to a police report, a woman said she was involved in a “violent” domestic incident with an NFL player. She told police the player’s brother pulled a gun on her.

Flowers, 23, set Ravens rookie records last season with 77 receptions and 858 receiving yards. He was the No. 22 pick in the NFL draft a year ago.