Georgia center Brandon Kublanow returned to practice Tuesday after spraining his ankle in last Saturday's 38-10 loss to Alabama.
Kublanow was unable to finish the game due to the injury. He was moving around at practice fairly well and didn't appear to be too limited during the media viewing period. Kublanow was wearing a regular practice jersey.
If Kublanow is unable to play against Tennessee this weekend, Hunter Long would step in and start in his place. Kublanow has started all five games for Georgia at center this season.
Receiver Isaiah McKenzie was not at practice after injuring his hamstring against Alabama. If he's unable to play Saturday, Reggie Davis would be the likely candidate to assume punt return duties.
Two in green
Two Georgia players were wearing green non-contact jerseys during practice.
Defensive back Reggie Wilkerson and receiver Jayson Stanley were wearing the green uniforms during practice. They were able to participate in individual drills during the media viewing period.
Wilkerson has appeared in every game this season. Stanley has only played against South Carolina and Southern.
Visitors from Houston, Tampa Bay
Two representatives of the NFL's Houston Texans and one representative from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were on site scouting some players during Georgia's practice.
During the media viewing period, the scouts appeared to be watching outside linebackers and defensive linemen. The Texans visited the Atlanta Falcons this past Sunday and lost 48-21.