From a reputation standpoint, no--and I'm not just talking about fan opinion. The league will likely assume, like many others, that all three guys were guilty regardless of what is or isn't true. And they'll look harder at the team going forward. Browner and Guy also lost four games, practices, etc., and paychecks.
On the other hand, the situation forced us to use depth players in game situations, which was invaluable to their development.
Overall, I'd prefer not to have had the suspensions occur, but I'm very glad the team was able to mitigate the circumstances.