Though most arrests of NFL players involve garden-variety stuff, the 2011 offseason has brought some far more colorful incidents, including for example the alleged theft of alcohol in a casino (where free alcohol otherwise flows like water through a busted dam), alleged possession on Viagra without a prescription, and an alleged mother-son shooting spree. Eventual free-agent running back Garrett Wolfe added to the litany of legendary legal entanglements on Saturday night in Miami Beach.
It all started when Wolfe refused to pay his bill at a Miami Beach nightclub.
‘‘He became aggressive while being ejected by bouncers, and two off-duty officers were summoned,’’ Miami Beach Police detective Juan Sanchez said. ‘‘They gave him the opportunity to settle his bill, and he refused. He attacked one of the officers. Both officers suffered minor
Based on his mugshot, Wolfe suffered some injuries, too.
Wolfe will be a free agent whenever the free-agency period begins, since he did not receive a restricted free agency tender. Given his alleged behavior, it could be the only context in which “free” will be applying to Wolfe in the near future. He remains in custody, on total bond of $11,500.