GREEN BAY, Wis. One day after being released from jail for suspicion of domestic violence, Packers linebacker Erik Walden addressed the media inside Lambeau Field to apologize for his arrest over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Walden met with coach Mike McCarthy on Tuesday, but did not reveal what was discussed in their conversation.
When asked if he had resigned himself to the possibility of not playing in Green Bay's upcoming game at the New York Giants on Sunday, Walden said "absolutely."
McCarthy was not available to the media Tuesday.
Walden was arrested early Friday morning at the apartment he shared with his live-in girlfriend after she was treated at a local hospital for a head laceration from falling onto a bed's headboard.
Walden spent the entire weekend in jail due to the courts being closed for the holiday. He was released Monday after posting a 1,000 signature bond following his hearing.
"I want to apologize to the entire organization, teammates and the fans," Walden ...