League spokesman Greg Aiello said Friday that a decision "is pending."
The league does not announce suspensions until the appeals process is completed, but at this point there is nothing to appeal.
"We haven't been notified of any discipline," Guion's agent, Seth Katz, said Friday.
The Packers are bracing for the possibility that Guion will be suspended, but the fact he was not prosecuted on the charges of felony possession of marijuana and a firearm could help his case with commissioner Roger Goodell.
Guion was arrested in February in his hometown of Starke, Florida, after he was pulled over for erratic driving and police found 357 grams of marijuana and an unloaded gun (which was registered to Guion in the state of Minnesota) in his 2015 Dodge Ram truck. Police seized the truck and $190,028.81 in cash that Guion said was from his Packers paychecks.
The criminal case was closed in March after he paid a $5,000 fine plus court costs in a plea deal that, as a first-time offender, saw the charges dismissed with adjudication of guilt.
The civil forfeiture case, in which Guion is attempting to retrieve his cash and vehicle, is still pending.
Shortly after the criminal case was resolved, the Packers re-signed Guion to a one-year, $2.75 million contract. In his first public comments since the arrest, Guion on Thursday apologized and thanked the Packers for sticking with him.