ATHENS — Two Georgia starters were back in uniform at Georgia’s practice Monday. But it didn’t appear they would be doing much.
Offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn, who sprained his MCL in Saturday’s win over Auburn, was working on the side with trainers, rather than practicing. The same goes for defensive lineman DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle, who has missed the past two games with a high ankle sprain.
Head coach Kirby Smart said earlier in the day he hoped to have both back for Saturday’s game against Louisiana-Lafayette.
Meanwhile, inside linebacker Natrez Patrick continues to practice in a black non-contact jersey. That’s what he did last week in practice, but he ended up being held out of the Auburn game with a shoulder injury incurred the w4eek before.
Ditto for receiver-kickoff returner Reggie Davis, who didn’t play against Auburn because of a shoulder injury. Davis was working his fellow receivers on Monday, in a black jersey.
Receiver Jayson Stanley, however, was in a regular jersey, even though he’s expected to miss a third straight game with a foot infection.
The offensive players were in red, incidentally, which is what they do in practice during the week for home games.