Former Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway’s drug test sample at the NFL combine reportedly came back diluted.

On Tuesday, NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported that Callaway’s agent confirmed that the player’s drug test sample was returned with the result. Callaway has told people close to him that he was “over-hydrated” and that he will address the issue with teams.

A talented player teams have been doing homework on is #Florida WR Antonio Callaway. Through his agent, Callaway confirmed his drug test sample at the NFL Combine came back diluted. Callaway has told those close to him he was over-hydrated and will address the issue with teams.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 24, 2018

Later, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Callaway tested positive for marijuana.

Former Florida WR Antonio Callaway — who some considered as talented as any WR in this draft — tested positive for marijuana at the combine, NFL sources told ESPN.

Callaway’s new agent Malki Kawa said it was for a diluted sample. Callaway hired Kawa about two weeks ago.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 24, 2018

Callaway, who finished with 1,399 yards receiving with 7 touchdowns in college, was Florida’s top wide receiver during the 2015 and 2016 seasons. He also displayed strong ability on special teams with 2 punt-return touchdowns and another touchdown on a kickoff in his two-year college career.

But he never saw the field last fall, because he was implicated in credit card fraud as part of a case that involved nine Florida players. Callaway had multiple other incidents in his time with the Gators.

The off-field problems have followed Callaway, who was asked about those incidents at the NFL combine and again at Florida’s pro day last month.

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