October 21, 2017 Atlanta - Wake Forest running back Cade Carney (36) is stopped by Georgia Tech defense in the second half of an NCAA college football game at Bobby Dodd Stadium on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Georgia Tech beat Wake Forest 38-24. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM
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Virginia to shuffle offensive line starters against Georgia Tech 

The Virginia Cavaliers are expected to shuffle pieces of the offensive line against Georgia Tech on Saturday, according to a report by 247 Sports 

Virginia starter at left tackle Jack English was not listed on the Cavaliers' depth chart released Monday.

English left Saturday's game against Pitt with a knee injury after playing six snaps and was replaced by starting center Dillon Reinkensmeyer during the Cavaliers’ 31-14 loss and on this week's depth chart.

Guard Jacob Fieler was listed as starting center, where he played after English's injury and RJ Proctor was listed as starting right guard.

Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall said English had an MRI on Monday on his knee cap, according to 247 Sports. 

On defense, Cavaliers cornerback Juan Thornhill or backup cornerback CeVante Cross will start against the Yellow Jackets. Thornhill returned the depth chart after missing Saturday's game with a “lower extremity” suffered against Boston College on Oct. 21.

Mendenhall didn't know if Thornhill would play against Georgia Tech, according to 247 Sports.

Linebacker Malcolm Hill earned the starting spot on the Cavaliers depth chart after being listed as backup last weekend. Cook missed the last four games with an ankle injury, but returned against Pitt.

Georgia Tech and Virginia kick off at 3 p.m. at Virginia's Scott Stadium.

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