D'Andre Swift missed part of the Georgia Bulldogs' workout on Tuesday, which raised concerns about his health. The star running back has dealt with a few injuries thus far in his career.
With the season opener roughly two weeks away for the Bulldogs, the offense is hopeful that Swift will be at full strength. However, there is no indication that he'll necessarily be ready to take his No. 1 role in the backfield.
On Thursday, Swift returned to the practice for Georgia. He wasn't taking on the responsibilities of the lead running back, though.
Instead, senior Brian Herrien was the first tailback going through drills. This speaks more to the health status of Swift than it does his spot on the depth chart.
According to Seth Emerson of The Athletic, Swift didn't show any obvious limitations when he was on the field.
In all likelihood, Georgia's coaching staff is taking precautionary measures with its star running back.
Swift showcased his versatility last season, finishing with 1,346 scrimmage yards and 13 total touchdowns.
Georgia lost a few playmakers to the 2019 NFL Draft, such as Riley Ridley, Mecole Hardman and Elijah Holyfield.
It'll be on Jake Fromm and Swift - if he's healthy - to lead the Bulldogs on offense this season.