Garrett Wolfe: The free agent running back/special teams player – he spent four years with the Bears – was at a club in Miami this weekend and refused to pay his $1,600 bill. He was detained by bouncers until the police showed up, and then all hell broke loose, according to police reports. Keeping in mind that Wolfe is 5-foot-7, 185-pounds, police say, “He attacked one of the officers. Both officers suffered minor injuries.” As you can see, Wolfe caught quite a beating, too. [Sun-Times, Tribune]
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