Two Green Bay men face charges of burglarizing the home of Packers running back Noah Herron, who hit one of them over the head with a bedpost when the man came into his bedroom.
Yeshua Tate, 31, was charged with two counts of being party to burglary on Friday after he was released from a Madison hospital.
The same charges were filed Monday in Brown County Circuit Court against Joel Mullin-Romo, 20, who was arrested outside Herron's home. He has remained in custody on a probation hold.
Investigators said Tate had a key in his pocket for a sport utility vehicle parked nearby that had three flat-screen TVs inside that were taken from a neighboring residence.
Police said Mullin-Romo had $3,500 in cash when he was apprehended.