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Monday, September 6, 2010

Two out of three ain't bad, for now

A.J. Green was practicing like normal on Monday. But the status of the Georgia receiver remains unresolved.

Georgia didn’t get any word from the NCAA – not surprising since it was a holiday – and Green’s quarterback said he was as in the dark as anybody.

“It’d be nice to have him back out there,” Aaron Murray said after practice. “He’s definitely chomping at the bit to get back out there. I don’t know anything that’s going on. But it’d be nice just to get it done with and get it out of the way and let him get out there and start making some plays for us.”

Murray and Green didn’t get much of a chance to work together on Monday, since the team practiced in shells. From what Murray could tell, Green didn’t look any different.

This wasn’t any different from last week in practice either.

“He’s the same old A.J., doing his thing, working hard,” Murray said. “I didn’t get to work too much with the receivers because it was such a short practice, but I was watching and looking over while they were doing drills, and he was going full-speed, working hard, it looked like. So he just wants to get out there and go play.”

Murray will have at least two of his weapons back – No. 2 receiver Tavarres King and tailback Washaun Ealey are both off suspension.

Ealey was arrested 10 days ago on three misdemeanors stemming from hitting a parked car. He said he had his registration taken care of now – another part of the charges.

As for how much he’ll play Saturday, and whether he’s back in the good graces of the coaches, he wasn’t sure.

“Right now I don’t know what my standing is with the coaches, but hopefully I’ll get back on their good side,” Ealey said.

King said it was “really tough” not being able to play in the opener.

“You walk into Sanford Stadium and you’re not dressed. You’re not in pads,” King said. “You see your teammates getting ready for a game that you should’ve been in. But it was extremely tough but I’m glad I’m back this week.”

More on King, Ealey and Green in Tuesday’s papers.


Anonymous said...

thanks to the all mighty that
we did not get


as our def coordinator

his defense is horrible

Anonymous said...

I think toward the end, you may have Ealey's quotes attributed to King.