Bearscornerback Deiondre’ Hall and Packers cornerbackMakinton Dorleant were both arrested Sunday following an incident at a bar in Iowa.
The two players were teammates at Northern Iowa, which explains why they were together. According to KWWL, the Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office said the two were arrested following a fight that broke out in the bar.
Hall was citedfor disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and interference.Dorleant was cited with justinterference.
Law enforcement said Hall was uncooperative while officers were trying to arrest him. He was removed the group and then, according to the police report, he refused to answer questions, yelled at police and even spit in their faces. He resisted arrest, so an officer tasered his left leg to get him in the squad car.
Hall was a fourth-round pick last season and played in eight games for Chicago.Dorleant was an udrafted player who made the Packers' initial 53-man roster before being placed on injured reserve designated for return. He came back to play in four games before suffering another injury.