Florida is likely to be without two key players this week at Kentucky, coach Dan Mullen confirmed at his weekly press conference.

WR Kadarius Toney, who left Saturday’s game against UT Martin, with an apparent wrist injury, which was actually a shoulder injury, Mullen said. He will be out 2 weeks. CB C.J. Henderson is doubtful this week with ankle sprain, and while he wants to play, he won’t until he’s 100 percent, the coach said.

Toney’s injury looked to be to his left arm as left late in the first quarter of the win, and walked off the field in pain and eventually went to the locker room. Henderson injured his left ankle while covering a receiver in the second quarter. He limped into the locker room was later on the sideline wearing a walking boot and using crutches.

Toney has 3 catches for 72 yards and a touchdown this season. Henderson has 3 tackles this season, and 2 pass breakups.