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  No. 9 Florida likely will be without two of its best players to open Southeastern Conference play Saturday. Coach Dan Mullen said Monday that elusive receiver Kadarius Toney will miss "a couple of weeks" because of a left shoulder injury and speedy cornerback CJ Henderson is doubtful to play at Kentucky (2-0) because of a sprained left ankle. Mullen added that he won't put Henderson on the field "unless he's 100% healthy." The two starters - both wear No. 1 because of their play-making ability - were injured during a 45-0 victory over Tennessee-Martin.

Toney took a hit on his left arm late in the first quarter, walked off the field in pain and eventually headed to the locker room for tests. Henderson tweaked his left ankle while covering a receiver in the second quarter, limped into the locker room and later returned to the sideline wearing a walking boot and using crutches. They should be back for the meat of Florida's schedule in October. The Gators (2-0) host winless Tennessee and lower-division Towson in September before facing Auburn, LSU and South Carolina next month. - AP College Football


(DS#3 CB) Jr/2021 CB CJ HendersonFlorida
News Source: AP College Football



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