Officers arrested Green the evening of April 25 after getting a 911 call from his home. A woman's voice could be heard saying "help me" before the line went dead.
The Brown County Sheriff's Department said in an incident report that Green's wife, Heather, felt threatened when she and her husband were arguing. Officers said Green became agitated and resisted arrest before an officer drew a Taser stun gun. Green told the officer to put the gun away and moved his hands behind his back, according to the report. Heather Green took her 4-year-old son and left the house.
Green, released after posting $150 bond, filed for divorce April 28.
After a mini-camp practice, Green commented on the incident but declined to answer any questions.
"Right now, it's a personal thing that myself and my family would like to handle on our own privately," he said, urging reporters to remember "there's two sides to the story ...."
"The people who know me - my family and my friends that love me - they know what type of person I am. And, some people in this room know what type of person I am. I'm genuine, and I'm true. When everything is said and done, and it's behind us, we're going to move on. I can move on with my life, and my family can move on. I'm only human, just like everybody else in this country and this world, and things happen."