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Chomping at Bits: Florida WR Antonio Callaway accepts plea deal in marijuana possession case

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The junior playmaker pleaded no contest and was assessed a fine.

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Antonio Callaway pleads no contest, incurs fine: The junior wide receiver pleaded no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia yesterday and received a $301 fine. As part of the plea agreement with the State Attorney’s Office, the possession of marijuana charge was dropped. Callaway had been cited for possession in May. This type of plea deal is typical for a first-time offender. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

UF golf coach J.C. Deacon wins Florida Open: The head coach of Florida’s men’s golf team shot 13 under par to win the 71st Florida State Golf Association Florida Open. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)

Marcell Harris ready for final season: The redshirt senior safety finished last season as the Gators’ leading tackler and heads into his fifth season as one of the faces of Florida’s program. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Best Florida sports moments from 2016-17 season: The offseason lists, countdowns, and recaps continue. Bet you can guess which event was slotted at number one. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)

Gators in NBA Summer League: Five former Gators - Devin Robinson, Casey Prather, Dorian Finney-Smith, Chris Walker, and Canyon Barry - recently wrapped up Summer League competition. (Denver Parler, Florida Gators)

In seemingly never-ending watch list announcement news: Antonio Callaway shows up on the Paul Hornung Award watch list. That award is presently annually to the most versatile player in major college football. (Katie Callahan, Florida Gators; Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

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