Georgia receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Terry Godwin were spotted wearing green non-contact jerseys during Tuesday's practice.
In the fourth quarter of Georgia's 38-31 loss to Tennessee, Mitchell appeared to injure his arm after trying to leap in the air and snag a ball thrown in his direction. He came out of the game but was in on Georgia's final possession of the game. Mitchell was running around and seemed OK. He met with the media before practice, which would indicate he'll be available for the game.
Godwin's injury is unknown, although being able to participate in individual drills means it probably isn't anything serious.
Also in a green non-contact jersey was cornerback Devin Bowman. Bowman did not make the trip to Tennessee for last Saturday's game.
Defensive tackle John Atkins was not seen participating with his position group during Tuesday's practice.
Atkins appeared to suffer an injury during last Saturday's loss. Atkins began the season as a starter on Georgia's defensive line, but has since seen his snaps decrease with freshman Trenton Thompson emerging of late.
As expected outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins and receiver Isaiah McKenzie were not at practice. Jenkins is unlikely to play Saturday due to a hip flexor strain and McKenzie has been ruled out by head coach Mark Richt due to a hamstring injury sustained two weeks ago against Alabama.