Georgia injury report: Receivers banged up for Bulldogs

Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia Bulldogs are preparing for the Capital One Bowl with several injuries, especially at receiver.

While the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs practice in anticipation for their New Year's Day date with the No. 23 Nebraska Cornhuskers for the Capital One Bowl in Orlando, Fla., they're doing so with several key players on the sidelines or limited with injuries. Wednesday's injury list was loaded, as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

The Bulldogs could especially be in trouble at wide receiver, where Malcolm Mitchell missed practice with a groin injury, Tavarres King was out with a hamstring injury and Rhett McGowan was out with a wrist sprain. Also on the injury report were noseguard John Jenkins with a concussion, safety Marc Deas with a knee injury and fullback Richard Samuel with an injured shoulder.

Defensive end Abry Jones practiced, but in a limited capacity while he recovers from an ankle injury.

The Capital One Bowl between the Bulldogs and Cornhuskers kicks off from Orlando on New Year's Day at 1 p.m. ET.

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