Report: Florida WR Antonio Callaway eligible to practice and play

There is some good news for the Florida football program.

According to a report from the Gainesville Sun, wide receiver Antonio Callaway is now eligible to return to the practice field. The news comes just before the Gators kick off summer practices on Thursday.

In addition to returning to practice, Callaway will also be able to play in games.

Back in January, Callaway received a suspension from the football team and university for a violation of the Student Conduct Code. There was never any word on why Callaway received his suspension, but it appears as though the issue is behind him.

With practices set to return on Thursday, we can expect to see Florida head coach Jim McElwain provide an official update on Callaway’s status sooner rather than later.

Last season, Callaway had 35 catches for 678 yards and four touchdowns.

His catch and yardage total was first on the team. For his performance, Callaway received All-SEC Freshman honors.

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