UGA LB Wilson returns to practice while WRs battle the injury bug

There was good news for Georgia Wednesday when All-SEC inside linebacker Ramik Wilson returned to practice for the first time in a week and a half.

The senior practiced in a non-contact jersey. He had been out after sustaining a concussion.

Also returning to practice in a regular jersey was cornerback Shattle Fenteng. Freshman safety Dominick Sanders was in a non-contact jersey.

Tony Ball’s wide receivers are a banged-up bunch with six players in non-contact jerseys and two others (Malcolm Mitchell and Charlie Hedgedus) out.

Reggie Davis’ left hand was clubbed up in a cast. Freshman Isaiah McKenzie remains out of drills. Practicing in non-contact jerseys: Chris Conley, Justin Scott-Wesley, Kenny Towns and Clay Johnson.

Defensive linemen Chris Mayes and Lamont Gaillard didn’t practice.

Inside linebacker Ryne Rankin returned to practice in a non-contact jersey. Outside linebacker Davin Bellamy was in a non-contact jersey.

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Georgia star Todd Gurley likes what he’s seen from the tailback group this preseason. “I feel we’ve improved a lot as a unit as far as finishing runs,” Gurley said. Freshmen Sony Michel and Nick Chubb “look just like me and Keith (Marshall) just doing the same thing we’ve been doing, pressing tracks, hitting it full-speed, just bring it every day. …Georgia wrapped up its fourth and final two-a-days on Wednesday with morning and night practices. The team practices again Thursday afternoon.

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