Charges against Barton, 33, were filed Monday after his arrest outside the Bogey Bar & Grill in Dublin.
Police say Barton was at the bar Friday when management asked deputies to remove him because the 6-foot-6-inch man was intoxicated, stumbling and knocking people over.
The Delaware County Sheriff's office says deputies escorted Barton to a taxi van without incident, but he couldn't provide his address.
Police retrieved his license, and officers and the taxi driver were trying to determine the address when police say Barton slammed the van's sliding door on a deputy's arm. It is unclear whether the deputy suffered any injuries.
Barton's attorney, Sam Shamansky, said Tuesday he hadn't reviewed all the evidence and didn't know how the case will proceed. He also expressed concern for the injured deputy.
The Bears drafted Barton in the seventh round in 2008.