One of the best wide receivers in this years draft was Antonio Callaway from Florida if you just consider his skill set and on the field production. But he had a lot of off the field issues, and that made him fall all the way to the 4th round.

Despite those concerns, Browns GM John Dorsey still decided to take a chance on Callaway by taking him 105th overall. Callaway certainly appreciates the trust Dorsey had in him and vows not to let him down.

“This is just telling that he believes in me, that I can do the right things,” Callaway said, via “Just not going let him down. For somebody to put their job on the line, I can’t let him down.”

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While at Florida, it seemed like Calloway was always in the news getting in trouble. In 2016 he was accused of sexual assault by the university but those were dropped when his accuser didn’t show up to the hearing.

In 2017, he was cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession and possession of drug equipment during a traffic stop. He was also suspended for the 2017 football season after he allegedly stole credit card information to fund his campus bookstore account. He also had a diluted drug test during the NFL Combine which hurt his draft stock even more.

Callaway blamed being young for all those mistakes he made and acknowledges he has to grow and learn from those mistakes. He is just happy to have a chance in the NFL, and doen’t want to do anything to let Dorsey down.