Cornerback Deandre Baker was able to return to practice Monday.
Baker is still recovering from an ankle sprain that sidelined him from Georgia's previous game against Vanderbilt. He had his right ankle heavily taped, although he was able to partake in individual drills. He wasn't wearing a non-contact jersey, which could be a good indicator about his game status for Saturday's game against Florida.
Baker is one of Georgia's starting cornerbacks and earned that job going into the Tennessee game. He started against the Volunteers and South Carolina before suffering the injury.
This season, Baker has recorded 13 tackles, one forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup.
Earlier in the afternoon, head coach Kirby Smart said there wasn't much new information on whether Baker will be available Saturday. He was able to do some jogging last week, although Smart called the injury, which occurred in practice prior to Georgia' 17-16 loss against Vanderbilt, a "nasty sprain."
"The only update we've got is he came back from the weekend and has gotten treatment over the weekend," Smart said. "We'll find out a lot more (Monday). Other than he could jog lightly on Thursday. So we're talking about three days of recovery. We're expecting him to go out there and do as much as he can. What that'll be, I'll find out today."