The Georgia football team has battled more than their fair share of injuries throughout the 2019 season, and what proves to be the toughest portion of their schedule ahead, the Bulldogs look to get a few key players back for Florida this upcoming weekend.
Here's the full injury report:
Jordan Davis, DT (Questionable) - Davis went down on the second play from scrimmage against Tennessee with an apparent left ankle injury. Davis has played a pivotal role since taking over the nose-tackle position late last season as a true freshman.
Travon Walker, DL (Questionable) - Walker, like Davis, hasn't played since the Tennessee matchup either. The true freshman had seen action in all five matchups up until that point. Walker has been in a cast due to a broken wrist.
Mark Webb, DB (Questionable) - Webb has been battling a knee injury. The fifth-leading tackler on the Georgia defense, Mark Webb also leads the team with 2 forced fumbles.
Tyson Campbell, DB (Probable) - Campbell has been battling a toe injury and has missed four consecutive games. Campbell entered the season starting alongside Eric Stokes at corner. In his absence, DJ Daniel has split duties with several others.
Tramel Walthour, DL (Out Indefinitely) - The sophomore junior college transfer is out with a lower leg injury.
Brian Herrien, RB (Probable) - Herrien experienced back spasms against South Carolina and he managed to mostly play through the issue against Kentucky. Herrien is 10 carries and 52 yards from breaking his career marks in both categories.
Lawrence Cager, WR (Questionable) - Cager has a lingering left shoulder injury, something we've seen him battle with most of the season. Unfortunately, he's also dealing with injured ribs as well.
Justin Shaffer, OL (Questionable) - Shaefer missed the Kentucky game due to a neck injury. He has played as a substitute throughout the season when healthy, appearing in 6 contests.
D'wan Mathis, QB (Out Indefinitely) - Mathis had brain surgery this offseason
Owen Condon, OL (Out Indefinitely) - Condon has suffered a lower-body injury. A timetable for his return has not been determined.
Tommy Bush, WR (Out Indefinitely) - Bush suffered a sports hernia. No timetable for his return.