ATHENS – Georgia senior receiver Justin Scott-Wesley, who injured his knee during Monday’s practice, is not expected to need surgery, according to a source.
Scott-Wesley did suffer a sprain, the source said, but will try to play through it and at this point is expected to return to practice soon.
The team has not said anything about Scott-Wesley’s injury or status, and coach Mark Richt has been tight with injury information all preseason.
Scott-Wesley tore the ACL in his right knee in October of 2013, and was slow to return last season. Then he needed arthroscopic knee surgery in early July, but was able to return for the start of preseason practice.