White (knee) is cleared to fully participate in fall practice, Marc Weiszer of the Athens Banner-Herald reports. "He's doing well, he's ready to go out there and compete," coach Kirby Smart said. "Excited to have him out there and he's excited to be back. ...Zamir is cleared. We'll do everything like normal. He'll be thudded (contact without brought to the ground) just like every other back will be thudded and we'll progress from there. We don't tackle mostly live until the first scrimmage."
Coach Kirby Smart said Tuesday that Mathis (head) has resumed attending classes and offseason workouts, but the freshman remains without a timeline to resume on-field activities, Seth Emerson of The Athletic reports.
Holloman has been dismissed from Georgia's football program following an investigation into a 2018 assault incident, Jackie Gutknecht of The Covington News reports. "Jeremiah Holloman no longer represents the University of Georgia football program," coach Kirby Smart said Friday.
Cook is practicing but is not at full speed following offseason ankle surgery, Connor Riley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "He's not hitting his GPS marks that he was before. He's not complaining a bit. He was electic last year in practices and especially in fall camp. He's just not 100 percent," coach Kirby Smart said of Cook.
Fields' attorney, Tom Mars, is confident his client will gain clearance to play for Ohio State in 2019 after transferring from Georgia earlier this month, Bill Rabinowitz of The Columbus Dispatch reports. "I'm very confident that the NCAA will grant Justin a waiver so he can play next season, but not just for the reasons people have speculated about on social media," Mars said. "There's more to it than that."