Giants kicker Josh Brown has been suspended for the first game of the regular season for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, the team announced Wednesday. obtained documents stemming from a 2015 misdemeanor domestic violence charge, and Brown on Thursday confirmed to SNY the suspension is due to the incident.

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Brown was arrested in the afternoon on May 22, 2015, in Woodinville, Wa., by the King County Sheriff Department on a fourth-degree domestic violence charge, according to a police report obtained by Brown was booked into the county jail and released on $2,000 bond.

The report says Brown and a woman, now his ex-wife, were arguing and he grabbed her wrist when she picked up a phone. She then called 911, alleging assault, and had "redness" on the wrist, "and a small cut, possibly from a fingernail."

Brown called it a "moment," and the charges were dropped a few days later. Under the league's personal conduct policy, a conviction is not required to be subject t

o discipline. 

"While I do not agree with the suspension, I will accept it," Brown said a statement released Wednesday. "I have exhausted the appeals process and have no other options along those lines. I will continue to work hard for this team, and I have tremendous confidence in my teammates and in my ability to move on and contribute to the team."

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Brown, 37, will be eligible to return to the Giants’ active roster on Monday, Sept. 12 following the team’s opener against the Cowboys. Tom Obarski, 23, is the only other kicker on the roster.

Omnisport's Ron Clements contributed to this report.