ATHENS — In a sign that he too will be available on Saturday, cornerback Rico McGraw was practicing on Tuesday.
McGraw missed the past two games after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery. The freshman was in a regular white jersey, which in the past has meant no limitations, rather than a green non-contact jersey. But Georgia has been using green jerseys rarely this season.
McGraw started Georgia’s opener at the nickel back, then came off the bench the next week at Vanderbilt.
Davin Bellamy, who missed the Southern game with a concussion, was also practicing in a white jersey on Tuesday. Earlier in the day head coach Mark Richt said Bellamy was good to go for the Alabama game, while McGraw was deemed questionable.
Inside linebacker Reggie Carter (shoulder) and fullback Christian Payne (fibula) were not at practice. Neither is expected to play Saturday.
In non-injury news, Leonard Floyd was working with the outside linebackers during the media viewing period. Floyd has mostly played inside linebacker this season, and since the season has begun has usually been with the inside linebackers during media viewing periods.