Georgia freshman receiver Riley Ridley is dealing with an injury that could put his status for Saturday's game against Missouri in doubt.
Ridley was seen wearing a bulky cast that went halfway up his right forearm. The cast covered his hand, with his fingers and thumb poking out of it. While his teammates were doing drills, Ridley was running around one of the three practice fields.
Ridley also got some conditioning work on the stationary bike.
It's unclear if it's a wrist, hand or arm injury. This would be the second injury Riley has dealt with this season. After Georgia defeated North Carolina in the season opener, Ridley was limited in practice with an ankle injury the following Monday.
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Other injured players in practice were defensive back Tyrique McGhee and receiver Jayson Stanley. Both were wearing black non-contact jerseys, although it's unknown what injury either player has.