Reports: Georgia QB JT Daniels dealing with injury

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According to Dean Legge of DawgPost, Georgia quarterback JT Daniels is dealing with “an upper-body injury.”

It does not appear to be too serious, as DawgPost reports the quarterback has still been practicing with the team.

Daniels has missed some reps with the No. 1 unit this week that he typically would have taken. However, Dawg Post can confirm that Daniels has taken part in practices this week.

247Sports is reporting that Daniels is considered “questionable” for this Saturday’s game against UAB.

247Sports wrote that Daniels’ injury is to his core, and added that it’s likely his ribs or oblique.

When Daniels suffered the injury is unknown, but if it were prior to the Clemson game that would justify the lack of downfield shots Georgia took.

Per 247Sports, former 4-star Carson Beck received a majority of the first team snaps on Tuesday. If Daniels is unable to play against UAB, expect Beck to get the start.

Head coach Kirby Smart has not yet commented on this.