Eason appeared to be limited on Tuesday night when he was helped by trainers, who attended to his shoulder, during the media session of practice. Eason was seen throwing footballs with trainers on the sideline as UGA’s other three QBs participated in some throwing drills. The freshman appeared to return to practice after the treatment.
Yesterday was Eason’s scheduled day to go with the No. 1 unit on offense. UGA officials didn’t comment on Eason’s condition in a practice release Tuesday night. They typically don't disclose injuries. No sources contacted by Dawg Post behind the scenes indicated that there was a a major issue with Eason as it relates to injury.