ATHENS — Jacob Eason isn’t the only key player back at Georgia football practice. In fact, the Bulldogs seemed to have everyone back on Monday, though perhaps some in a limited capacity.
Senior cornerback Malkom Parrish was in uniform for the first time since breaking a bone in his foot midway through the preseason. Parrish, a two-year starter, has missed the first three games of the season for the Bulldogs.
It wasn’t clear how much activity Parrish was getting in practice, which was not full-contact. Players wore shoulder pads and shorts at this practice, which was closed to the media other than a designated seven-minute viewing period.
Parrish did participate in one part of a drill while the media was present, but then stood aside as the cornerbacks did cut blocking.
Defensive lineman Tyler Clark was in uniform after missing the Saturday game, a win over Samford. Coach Kirby Smart did not disclose Clark’s injury. The sophomore did not appear to have any obvious tape or brace.
Senior tailback Sony Michel also was in uniform, as he was last week before being held out of the Samford game with a minor ankle injury.
Junior receiver Michael Chigbu, who also sat out the Samford game with an undisclosed injury, was back in uniform on Monday.