ATHENS -- Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd returned to practice Wednesday after missing Tuesday's session.
Floyd was good to go on the field as he was in his regular practice uniform and participating in team drills. However, it's likely that his reps will be limited. After Tuesday's practice, teammates, including outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins, said they didn't think Floyd was dealing with anything serious. Floyd has been working as an inside linebacker in Georgia's base package, as well as the star position in the nickel. Floyd figures to also see plenty of time lined up at outside linebacker.
According to the Athens Banner-Herald's Fletcher Page, Floyd received an MRI on his surgically-repaired shoulder that checked out fine.
Kimbrough still absent
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Inside linebacker Tim Kimbrough was not present for Wednesday's practice, making this the second day in a row he's been absent.
Kimbrough isn't dealing with anything serious, fellow linebacker Jake Ganus said Tuesday, though the injury has now forced the projected starting linebacker to miss two consecutive practices.
Godwin returns, McKenzie still on the mend
Freshman receiver Terry Godwin returned to practice, albeit in a green non-contact jersey. Godwin did participate in individual drills and had a helmet on. The green jersey prevents him from participating in contact drills. Godwin is still recovering from a minor shoulder injury.
Sophomore receiver Isaiah McKenzie, who has a hamstring pull, was not present for practice. McKenzie sustained his injury late last week.
Bauta's turn, Ramsey goes deep
Quarterback Faton Bauta was with the first team on Wednesday, with Brice Ramsey and Greyson Lambert running with the second and third teams, respectively. Each quarterback has taken its turn with the first team during the quarterback competition.
The quarterbacks took turns throwing the deep ball, with Ramsey looking the best of the bunch.
Jonathan Ledbetter, Dyshon Sims not practicing
Freshman defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter was not seen practicing. It's unknown what kept Ledbetter from the field.
Sophomore offensive guard Dyshon Sims was with his fellow linemen in a green non-contact jersey but without a helmet on. Sims did observe practice with some sunglasses on.
DeLoach, Bellamy fully participating
Defensive tackle James DeLoach still has a protective club on his fractured hand but was able to put on a regular practice jersey. DeLoach was in a green non-contact jersey on Tuesday due to the injury. He was never expected to miss much time.
Linebacker Davin Bellamy was back on the field after being relegated to the stationary bike Tuesday with an injured right hand.
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