Last week, we told you that Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle could be facing league discipline over a February domestic-violence and drug incident that involved a firearm. The Cowboys aren’t going to wait that long to find out:

Randle started the first six games of the season for the Cowboys, rushing for 313 yards (4.1 yards per carry) and four touchdowns. But he was overtaken by the oft-injured Darren McFadden, who has rushed for 216 yards over the past two games. Randle was inactive for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.

In February, Randle was arrested on marijuana-possession charges in his home town of Wichita after the mother of Randle’s son said Randle broke a car window in an argument and threatened her with a gun with their son nearby. The charges were dropped, but Randle still faces NFL sanctions under the league’s personal-conduct policy.

It was Randle’s second run-in with the law in four months. Last year, he was arrested for shoplifting underwear and cologne at a Texas shopping mall. He was fined by the Cowboys over the incident and received six months’ probation.

According to multiple reports, the league is considering whether to suspend Randle for multiple games or fine him.