Walker disclosed the threats Thursday night in a post shared on social media . Walker told fans upset by the protests that they didn't have to go to the games if they felt disrespected.
"Everybody respects Delanie Walker," Mularkey said. "I know he's about as much of a pro as I've ever been around on and off the field. So that's important."
The tight end was not in the locker room when it was open to media after practice. But Walker, who represented the NFL on a USO Tour of the Middle East last spring, made clear in his post he won't be deterred.
"The racist and violent words directed at me and my son only serve as another reminder that our country remains divided and full of hateful rhetoric," Walker wrote. "These words of hate will only fuel me in my efforts to continue my work reaching out to different community groups, listening to opposing voices, and honoring the men and women in the Armed Forces who risk their lives every day so that we may have this dialogue."
Tennessee was one of three teams that stayed inside the locker room last week, joining Seattle and Pittsburgh. Mularkey gave no indication of a plan for Sunday when the Titans (2-1) play at Houston (1-2).
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