"We'll have to see how that goes this week for them," Mullen said.
Both players, who have ankle injuries, tried to play at LSU last Saturday, but ended up watching from the sideline. Florida's defense wasn't the same without them, giving up 511 yards in a 42-28 loss.
"You come into the year and say, 'Hey, if most teams are going to have a great year, you're going to stay injury-free,'" Mullen said. "We're probably the furthest thing away from that in America this year.
"But our guys have shown some [ability] to deal with adversity and come through that and continue to perform and find a way to win games."