Florida WR Callaway Pleads No Contest To Drug Charge

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UF wideout Antonio Callaway plead no contest to a drug paraphernalia possession misdemeanor, which was part of a plea deal offered to him by the state attorney. As a result of pleading no contest, marijuana possession charges that were filed against Callaway in May, in which he was cited for possession of seven grams of marijuana in his pants as well as over five grams of marijuana in the car he was riding in, were dropped. 

There has yet to be any word of punishment Callaway could face from the program, but McElwain has said before that he expected to handle Callaway's punishment internally.


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