NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Titans receiver Justin Hunter is focused on football.
Speaking to reporters on Friday for the first time since being charged in an incident in Virginia Beach, Va., earlier this month, Hunter referred all questions to his attorney.
"Right now it's in the hands of my attorney and I feel good about how the process is going," Hunter said. "Football is my sanctuary. I come here and block everything out. I had a good time out there today."
Hunter has a Sept. 3 court date.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt said the team is supporting Hunter, and standing behind him.
Titans players take the field for training camp on Friday, July 31, 2015 at Saint Thomas Sports Park. (Donn Jones Photography.com)
Cornerback Jason McCourty, who shares a locker next to the former University of Tennessee star, was impressed with Hunter's performance in practice on Friday.
"Justin is a strong-minded man, and he is here and ready to work,'' receiver Harry Douglas said. "He is ready to be a part of this team and grind and go hard. Justin has a good head on his shoulders and he does the right things. He has made great strides from last year to this year and we love to be around him."