Georgia is practicing on Monday afternoon with inside linebacker Ramik Wilson, last year‚Äôs SEC tackles leader, sitting out with an apparent injury.
Wilson was sitting on the steps of the trainer‚Äôs shed viewing practice. It wasn‚Äôt clear what might be keeping him out.
The good news for Georgia is tight end Jay Rome is back after leaving early in practice on Sunday. He looked good running routes. He‚Äôs coming off offseason foot surgery.
Junior college transfer cornerback Shattle Fenteng left an early drill due to what looked like a hand injury. The training staff was requested to attend to him where the secondary was working and Fenteng walked off with director of sports medicine Ron Courson.
Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd was going through practice in a green-non contact jersey.
For what it‚Äôs worth in the time we were out there, quarteback Hutson Mason wasn‚Äôt throwing any passes that I know of during the media viewing period but did hand off.
You can see that in the video above in a passing drill with the running backs. May just be a case of being cautious not to wear down his arm.
You can see Todd Gurley, Keith Marshall, Brendan Douglas and freshmen Sony Michel and Nick Chubb.
There‚Äôs also video of the defensive linemen in one drill. Freshmen defensive tackle Lamont Gaillard got instruction from line coach Tray Rocker on hand placement.
It‚Äôs a steamy 90 degrees out there.
The team again worked in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts.
When the media viewing period ended, Mark Richt told players it was break time to get hydrated.
The team is slated to hold its first full pads practice on Tuesday.