UGA Trying to Get Back Healthy

ATHENS - Georgia’s wide receiving corps got back one of its top players on Tuesday.

That’s when Isaiah McKenzie returned to practice in a regular jersey after being out about 10 days with a pulled hamstring.

The sophomore’s return comes as senior Justin Scott-Wesley remained out of practice a day after he sustained a right knee injury when he slipped while running a route without contact.

Georgia still has not offered any details on the severity of his injury. Scott-Wesley tore the ACL in the same knee in 2013 and underwent arthroscopic surgery in early July on the knee but returned in time for preseason practices.

Georgia was also missing two of its top inside linebackers Tuesday. Junior Reggie Carter wasn’t spotted at practice. First-teamer Tim Kimbrough remains out with a leg injury.

Offensive guard Dyshon Sims practiced in a regular jersey. Defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter continues to be out with an undisclosed injury. Fullbacks Quayvon Hicks and Christian Payne also remain out.

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