Cpl. Carrie George, booking agent of the Williamson County
Sheriff's Department, said Hopkins posted $1,000 bond and was
released Monday night. George said General Sessions Court Judge
Lonnie Hoover waived the usual 12-hour holding period for Hopkins.
An arraignment hearing for Hopkins was scheduled for 2 p.m. on
Franklin police had no comment, but scheduled a news conference
No one answered Hopkins' cell phone when called by The
Mark Bartelstein, Hopkins' agent, had no immediate comment.
"We are aware of the situation involving Brad," Titans
spokesman Robbie Bohren said in a statement. "We are in the
process of gathering all the facts."
Hopkins, a first-round draft pick by the then-Houston Oilers in
1993, has been a starter since his rookie season. He is married and has three children.
Hopkins is the third Titans starter to be arrested this
Cornerback Samari Rolle was charged with domestic assault Feb.
15. He was later cut and signed with Baltimore.
Safety Tank Williams was arrested for driving under the
influence two days later.