Suspended WR Antonio Callaway reportedly signs with agent, ending Gators career – SECcountry.com
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Well, one of the most persistent questions from Florida fans has been answered.
There hasn’t been a week since the Gators suspended nine players in August for their involvement in a credit card fraud scam that somebody hasn’t asked when those players, specifically wide receiver Antonio Callaway and running back Jordan Scarlett, will return to the team.
Let’s get right to the details in the latest Gators Mailbag Question of the Day …
Dan T. asks … “Honest opinion about Callaway returning to the program after they lift the suspension?”
Roger K. asks … “What are the odds that Jordan Scarlett and Antonio Callaway are at spring football?”
It was reported on Twitter by Neil Stratton of InsideTheLeague.com on Thursday that Callaway has signed with Mel Bratton of the MB5 Sports Group.
That means Callaway’s tumultuous time with the Florida Gators is over and he’ll try to land with an NFL team during or after the draft this spring.
— Neil Stratton (@InsideTheLeague) December 7, 2017
In answering questions about Callaway’s future in this forum, I’ve consistently said I thought it highly unlikely he would be given another chance at Florida or that a new coaching staff would want to take on the baggage and questions that would come with welcoming the oft-troubled receiver back onto the team.
His repeated off-the-field headaches had piled up. There was the