ATHENS - Georgia was without its all-SEC inside linebacker, Ramik Wilson, during Monday's practice, although he did not have any obvious injury, and was walking around fine.
A UGA spokesman said he would try to find out what ailment, if any, was afflicting Wilson.
In other injury-related news from Georgia's practice, which was in helmets and shoulder pads:
- Junior cornerback Shattle Fenteng left the field with athletic trainer Ron Courson during the media viewing of practice. Fenteng did not appear to be limping or have a very serious injury.
- Junior tight end Jay Rome was a full-go, not appearing to have any limitations a day after needing treatment on his foot.
- Leonard Floyd, the sophomore outside linebacker, was in a green non-contact jersey. But he did not have any limitations during the media viewing period, so whatever the injury it was not deemed serious.
- A.J. Turman, the redshirt freshman tailback, continues to sit out after undergoing toe surgery in the spring.
"He’ll probably be ready sometime during the season but it will be a little while," head coach Mark Richt said last week.
- One injury that didn't occur was to Quayvon Hicks. The junior fullback fell to the ground while trying to haul in a short pass, but got right up. Richt, who was watching the drill, used it as a chance to compliment Hicks.
"A lesser athlete wouldn't have got up," Richt said.