AP Source: Florida's Callaway Fails Drug Test at NFL Combine

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He also was cited for marijuana possession in May 2017, stopped by police while riding in a car with a career criminal, and was part of a Title IX investigation in 2016 that centered on an alleged sexual battery. He testified during that case he was high on marijuana during the incident and was later found not responsible for the alleged misconduct.

Florida Suspends Callaway, 6 Others for Opener Vs Michigan

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FILE - This Sept. 10, 2016 file photo shows Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway (81) running after a reception against Kentucky in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Gainesville, Fla. Florida has suspended Callaway and six others for the team's season opener against Michigan. A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press the players were suspended for misusing school-issued funds. The person spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017 because Florida did not release details of the suspensions.

Mets Introduce Mickey Callaway as Manager

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"I'm so excited to get to know the players," Callaway said. "Care more about the players than anyone ever has before. We're going to know that they're human beings and individuals. This is going to be a group that feels that every day we come to the clubhouse. That's going to be our main concern.

Mets manager Callaway, pitcher Vargas confront reporter after loss to Cubs

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Fox News Flash top headlines for June 23 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway and starting pitcher Jason Vargas cursed out a newspaper reporter in the visiting clubhouse at Wrigley Field on Sunday after the Mets dropped a 5-3 decision to the Chicago Cubs. According to multiple reporters, the fireworks began when Newsday beat writer Tim Healey told Callaway he would "see you tomorrow, Mickey" following the manager's postgame news conference. Yahoo Sports reported that Callaway responded by yelling at Healey: "Don't be a smarta--, motherf---er."

Browns rookie Antonio Callaway gets lots of playing time as 'consequence' of brush with the law

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"He worked through it'cause there were times he had his hands on his head like this and he was ready to go to the sideline," Jackson said of Callaway, who finished with a team-high 87 receiving yards. So he fought through it and came out the other side of it and made some plays.