Former Bears defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested for the second time in three days Wednesday — on suspicion of violating the restraining order given him after Monday’s arrest on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic violence and child endangerment, according to Santa Clara (Calif.) police.
McDonald was present at a residence in Santa Clara, violating his restraining order. He was later located at a Togo’s sandwich shop and arrested without incident.
McDonald was released by the Bears on Monday. Team chairman George McCaskey said Wednesday he wondered whether he should have done anything different when considering whether to sign him.
He said the Bears’ process was correct but that he made the wrong decision.