Kevin Spellacy, Callaway's attorney, filed a motion Thursday to have his client's court hearing rescheduled for Aug. 23. Spellacy says the marijuana police in Strongsville, Ohio, allegedly found in the vehicle wasn't Callaway's.
Spellacy also blamed a paperwork issue for Callaway's suspended license. It has since been corrected and Callaway now has a valid Florida license, Spellacy told Pelissero.
"We're hoping that at some point he can focus on football instead of this incident," Spellacy said.