Kearis Jackson was back at practice for the Bulldogs. That sounded good, until the portion of Monday’s workout shifted to throwing and catching.
The redshirt freshman receiver participated. But with a huge club cast on his left hand, Jackson was unable to haul in the majority of passes that came his way. He did catch one during the 10-minute media observation period.
He was trying, usually with just his right hand. But it appears it will be a good while longer before the return of Jackson, who started Georgia’s season opener against Vanderbilt before suffering two fractures in the hand and fumbling at the end of a 32-yard catch.
Meanwhile, there were encouraging words – but still no definitive return date – for starting right tackle Isaiah Wilson. Wilson did not play against Murray State on Saturday and remains sidelined this week with an ankle injury that left him on crutches and in a walking boot.