September 20, 2006
Good news for Georgia Receivers
Georgia got some good news and some bad news during practice Wednesday. With
several wide receivers recovering from injuries, Georgia was hoping to have
at least a couple of the injured players back for Colorado game Saturday.
The bad news is that senior wide receiver Mario Raley did
not practice for the third straight day after suffering an elbow bursa sac injury
and will not play against Colorado according to head coach Mark Richt.
"He is doubtful right now, I would not say he is all the way out, but
he has not worked," said Richt. "He does not look like he will play
right now, but the swelling in his elbow could go down overnight and he could
get a little work tomorrow and play."
The good news for Georgia fans is that sophomore Mohamed Massaquoi
and junior Mikey Henderson both recovering from hamstring injuries
should be ready to go for Colorado.
"Right now Mikey (Henderson) would be probable as would Mohamed (Massaquoi),
but we are not 100 percent sure," said Richt. "I think they will
be able to go, but Mikey will not have any punt returns this game."
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