Gators WR Antonio Callaway cited for marijuana possession

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 18, 2017

Antonio Callaway pleaded no contest for a marijuana possession charge he received back in May.

As a result, prosecutors dropped a marijuana possession charge.

Callaway was fined $301, Alachua State Attorney Bill Cervone told the Orlando Sentinel.

On May 13, the Callaway was the passenger in an SUV that was pulled over by police for a seatbelt violation. With a tough season opener against MI in Arlington, Texas, many Gator and Wolverine fans are eager to see how McElwain handles the situation.

Last Tuesday at SEC Media Days, UF coach Jim McElwain said he has yet to decide whether he will suspend the team's top offensive player after his second marijuana-related incident. Callaway admitted to smoking marijuana in those court documents, although he was eventually cleared of the allegation by a Title IX investigation.

At the time he was stopped, Callaway had 7 grams of marijuana in his trousers and another 5.4 grams were found in his vehicle, according to a police report obtained by SEC Country's Ryan Young.

He was previously suspended last spring for sexual battery allegations, no word has been said on his status for the season opener. With 89 receptions totaling 1,399 yards and 11 touchdowns, Callaway figured to be the go-to receiver for the Gators this season.

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