by TD Staff ReporterOctober 2, 2018
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Arkansas defensive back Chevin Calloway has announced that he is leaving the football program. He went public with his decision Tuesday on his Instagram account. Per Pig Trail Nation:
“The situations I’m dealing with is a lot bigger than football,” Calloway wrote on Instagram. “Through prayer and a lot of thinking, taking a step back from ball is what’s best for me. My choice was either dealing with this unhealthy situation (and) making a sacrifice living up to other people’s expectations or listening to my heart, gut, spirit of discernment and what I know is best for me despite others opinions.”
Calloway started the Eastern Illinois and Colorado State games, but hasn't played since. He can use this season as a redshirt year. In two games, Calloway had seven tackles, a forced fumble and two recovered fumbles.
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