Ronndale Esporlas, who filed the suit in Santa Clara County, also alleges that the NFL players illegally fired weapons.
"Things happen, and you've just got to focus on the things you do," Smith said. "So I'm focused on playing against Green Bay, and see how it goes."
"Most definitely I was shocked, to see something like that on national TV with my name put through the mud," Walker told The Tennessean. "But I'm not focusing on that."
According to a copy of the lawsuit obtained by NBC Bay Area, Smith and Walker consumed large amounts of alcohol and were brandishing and firing guns in the air in an attempt to end the party. Smith and Walker allegedly knew the handguns they were brandishing were possessed illegally, according to Esporlas, and fired rounds on numerous occasions. According to the court document, Walker then moved from the balcony of the home to the driveway, where he allegedly fired more rounds into the air and toward some people at the party.
Esporlas claims a group of people near the street then fired shots back at the house, and he was caught in the crossfire. Esporlas says he was shot twice and "sustained serious, catastrophic and permanent injuries," according to the suit.
The party started on June 29, 2012 and went into the next day. The players allegedly charged $10 for entrance into the party and $5 per drink.
"It's something that happened a long time ago. It will all be settled for sure," Munchak told The Tennessean. "I am sure he handled himself well in the whole situation. It is not something we're concerned about."