Georgia freshman defensive back Rico McGraw made his return to the practice field on Tuesday.
McGraw, who had a recent arthroscopic procedure done to repair his meniscus, was on the field participating in defensive back drills. McGraw even participated in one-on-one drills against receivers.
Earlier Tuesday, Georgia head coach Mark Richt said McGraw is questionable for Saturday's game against Alabama.
Outside linebacker Davin Bellamy returned to practice, which Richt said he was cleared for. Bellamy was dealing with a concussion sustained last week. Bellamy was forced to miss Georgia's game against Southern as a result.
Inside linebacker Reggie Carter (shoulder) and fullback Christian Payne (fibula) were not practicing. Both have been ruled out.
One notable player present for practice is sophomore receiver Isaiah McKenzie. On Tuesday, news broke that McKenzie is the subject of an Athens-Clarke County police investigation in which he allegedly threatened to kill a woman at a local Chili's restaurant.
McKenzie was practicing with the first-team offense.
Harris, Stanley in green
Two Georgia players were wearing green jerseys during the media viewing period of practice.
Freshman tight end Jackson Harris and freshman Jayson Stanley were both seen wearing the non-contact jerseys. Stanley was participating in non-contact drills with the receivers while Harris was seen doing some running on the side.
Neither injury is known at this time.
Mitchell jukes Parrish
Senior Malcolm Mitchell put on a show during one-on-one drills between receivers and defensive backs.
Mitchell, matched up against cornerback Malkom Parrish, juked his opponent, drawing some cheers from his teammates. Parrish nodded in acknowledgement of Mitchell's move.
Richt then yelled in Mitchell's direction, telling him to, "Do it for Georgia."