- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 21, 2015

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) - Tennessee Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter has been granted bond by a Virginia judge after being charged with malicious wounding.

The charge stems from a bar fight in Hunter’s hometown of Virginia Beach during the Fourth of July weekend.

General District Judge Daniel Lahne said Tuesday that Hunter could be released on a $25,000 bond as long as he remains on good behavior. Hunter was also placed under a curfew.

Prosecutors said during Hunter’s arraignment that he started a fight on July 3 by punching a man in the face twice. After the bar was cleared, prosecutors said Hunter punched the man again while he was bent over spitting out blood on the sidewalk.

Prosecutors say the man had a broken jaw as a result of the incident.

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