Felony charges against free agent Garrett Wolfe of grand theft and resisting an officer with violence have been downgraded to misdemeanor.
Free agent Garrett Wolfe's future with the Bears is "definitely in question," according to the Chicago Tribune.
Free agent Garrett Wolfe reportedly asked a police officer to "compare bank accounts" with him during his Sunday arrest in Miami.
The Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times have confirmed that free agent running back Garrett Wolfe was arrested on early Sunday morning in Miami.
A man appearing to be free agent running back Garrett Wolfe has been arrested in Miami on charges of retail theft, disorderly conduct, assault of a police officer and resisting arrest with violence.
Including RB Garrett Wolfe, the Bears' top six special teams tacklers from 2010 are all now free agents.
Bears declined to tender RB Garrett Wolfe, making him an unrestricted free agent.
Both Kahlil Bell and Garrett Wolfe made the Bears' 53-man roster.
Garrett Wolfe and Kahlil Bell are competing for the No. 3 job behind Matt Forte and Chester Taylor.
Garrett Wolfe (shoulder surgery, lacerated kidney) has been at full speed since the beginning of the Bears' offseason workout program.
Garrett Wolfe (shoulder surgery) expects to be cleared for the Bears' offseason program in four weeks.
Bears RB Garrett Wolfe will undergo surgery on his left shoulder Friday.
Bears placed RB Garrett Wolfe on injured reserve with a lacerated kidney, ending his season.
Bears RB Garrett Wolfe is expected to miss the rest of the season with the lacerated kidney suffered two weeks ago.