Georgia football receiver Lawrence Cager suffered an apparent ankle injury at practice on Wednesday. The news was first reported by UGAsports.com.
On Friday, Cager updated his status via an Instagram post.
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The energy in Sanford Stadium is undoubtedly electric. I wish it didn’t come to an end like this and if I could go back in time to the beginning and do it again, there isn’t another school I would rather choose. Thank you Dawg Nation for all the great moments this past year. My boys know that we going get that SEC Champ and I’m still with them even if I’m not on the field. Big Dawgs always going to shake back! #GoDawgs
Cager leads the Bulldogs with 33 catches and 476 yards despite missing time with shoulder and rib injuries. He didn't play against Kentucky on Oct. 19 and against Texas A&M on Nov. 23 and was limited against Auburn when he recorded one catch for six yards.
A graduate transfer from the University of Miami, Cager has four receiving touchdowns in his first and last season at Georgia.
Freshman George Pickens, who has five touchdowns, caught two passes for 57 yards in Cager's absence against the Aggies.