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Friday, August 27, 2010

Ealey not at practice

Washaun Ealey was a notable no-show at Georgia's Friday football practice, just hours after he was released from jail.

We hope to hear a full take from head coach Mark Richt on the situation after practice.

In better news for the Bulldogs, they have their first-team offensive line back together for the first time in several weeks: Center Ben Jones and guard Cordy Glenn were both back in red and working with the rest of the offense. Jones had missed time after minor knee surgery and Glenn missed a couple weeks with mononucleosis.

The news wasn't quite as good for defensive end Demarcus Dobbs, who sprained his ankle earlier this week. Dobbs was expected to practice on Friday, but instead was sitting out, riding an exercise bike.

Receivers Logan Gray (sprained knee) and Rantavious Wooten (sprained knee) were still in green non-contact jerseys, but running around.

1 comment:

William said...

hmm... I don't think Ealey gets more than 2 games suspension. And if he does, then I become worried. I think we can make it through SCar without him, but not sure how long we can stave off SEC competition with just King and Thomas