ATHENS - Georgia's All-SEC linebacker Ramik Wilson has returned to practice after missing about 10 days with a concussion.
Wilson was practicing in a green non-contact jersey, wearing pads and participating with the inside linebackers for the first time since his injury. So was fellow inside linebacker Ryne Rankin, a sophomore reserve, who had missed about a week with an unspecified injury.
But others remained out of practice, including fullback Merritt Hall and defensive linemen Chris Mayes and Lamont Galliard. The latter two were seen on the field during the tail end of the media viewing period, walking around in green jerseys but no shoulder pads.
Hall is dealing with a concussion, according to sources, and is not expected back anytime soon. Freshman Detric Bing-Dukes was moved from inside linebacker to fullback this week to help depth at the position.
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Receiver Reggie Davis was wearing a gaudy cast on his left hand, although he was participating in practice. He was sitting out catching drills. Fellow receiver Isaiah McKenzie, a freshman, sat out a second straight day with an unknown injury. A number of other receivers were practicing in green jerseys: Chris Conley, Justin Scott-Wesley, Kenneth Towns and Clay Johnson.
Otherwise, Tuesday's day off from practice - the team went swimming and diving instead - seemed to do some good for other injured players, particularly in the secondary.
Freshman safety Dominick Sanders was participating after missing a couple days. Sanders was in a green non-contact jersey, but junior cornerback Shattle Fenteng was in a regular jersey, after wearing green the past few days.
The tight end position was also in good shape, with starter Jay Rome and top backup Jordan Davis both a full-go.
Davin Bellamy, a reserve outside linebacker, was participating in a green jersey.