GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Florida receiver Percy Harvin missed his fourth consecutive practice Tuesday because of a sinus infection and migraine headaches.
Coach Urban Meyer said Harvin - who did not make the trip to Columbia, S.C., for the Gators' game against South Carolina last Saturday because of the illness - could return to practice Wednesday.
``We'll get some more testing on him and we'll know more,'' Meyer said. ``I just want him to get healthy.''
Harvin - Florida's leading receiver and third-leading rusher - missed parts of last Wednesday's practice and all of last Thursday's practice because of the illness. He received IV medication Sunday and did not practice Monday.
Meyer also said Tuesday that redshirt freshman running back Chevon Walker will transfer and redshirt freshman safety Jamar Hornsby is not practicing with the team because of personal issues. Neither player has dressed for Florida's last three games because of undisclosed disciplinary issues.
Walker has four carries for 14 yards in five games. Hornsby has played in seven games, mainly on special teams, and has five tackles.

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