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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Injury Updates (8/18)

Georgia returned to the practice field for the first time since Saturday's scrimmage this afternoon, and they did so with a bigger crowd than they've had the past two weeks.

Us media types were only allowed to view the first six or seven minutes of practice today, so it's hard to take too much info from that, but two big things jump out:

1.) There are a lot of new players at practice now that Georgia is no longer held to the "105" rule.

2.) There's a lot of green out there, and I'm not talking about the grass on the field.

Here's a quick rundown of the green jerseys I counted at today's practice:

Bryan Evans - hamstring
Akeem Dent - hamstring
Josh Davis - shoulder
Kris Durham - shoulder
Aron White - hamstring
Kiante Tripp - ???
Brandon Wood - shoulder
Caleb King - hamstring
Darius Dewberry - hamstring
Quintin Banks - knee
Reshad Jones - hamstring

*NOTE: There were probably a half-dozen or so walk-ons in green, too, but I'm not listing them here.

So while those early hamstring injuries seemed to be a mirage, these ones are enough to keep guys jogging the sidelines rather than patrolling the field. Why all the hammies? I'm sure the weather plays into it, but I plan to put the question to Mark Richt later today, too.

7 comments:

Dawg Stephen said...

If Caleb was doing as good as we heard in the spring, then everything is gonna be JUST FINE.

Anonymous said...

Sammuel will be the starter whether King is 100% or 0%. Thomas will be # 2. No argument.

Simon Dale said...

Yeah right Dawg

Gold Ira said...

You should be taking care..

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