Tavarres King Injury: Georgia Bulldogs WR Returns To Practice

Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Tavarres King returned to practice on Monday, as did Rantavious Wooten. But there was some bad news for the team as well, as both Jay Rome and Keith Marshall appeared to suffer injuries.

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King sat out two practices because of a minor lower leg strain, while Wooten was bothered by a hip strain. Specifics regarding the apparent injuries to Rome and Marshall have not been released at this time.

King led Georgia in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns in 2011, while Wooten appeared in three games and made two receptions, including one touchdown catch. Rome redshirted as a freshman in 2011, and Marshall was one of the top RB prospects in the class of 2012.

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