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Notable SEC East players returning from injury in 2014

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Injuries became a huge piece to the SEC East’s puzzle in 2013. Florida and Georgia suffered a biblical amount of injuries – most returned for Georgia, while Missouri and South Carolina stayed relatively healthy.

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Florida, Georgia and Tennessee return the most injured players in 2014, and by my count, Missouri and Vanderbilt return none.

By most accounts, every player should be healthy for fall camp:

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Florida
Alex Anzalone, LB (shoulder)
Jeff Driskel, QB (broken leg)
Andre Debose, WR (torn ACL)
Chaz Green, OT (shoulder)
DJ Humphries, OT (knee)
Matt Jones, RB (knee)
Tyler Moore, OT (broken elbow)
Antonio Morrison, LB (knee)
Jeremi Powell, LB (torn ACL)
Matt Rolin, LB (torn ACL)
Colin Thompson, TE (foot)
Nick Washington, DB (shoulder)

Georgia
Keith Marshall, RB (torn ACL)
Malcolm Mitchell, WR (torn ACL)
Justin Scott-Wesley, WR (torn ACL)
Reggie Wilkerson, DB (knee)

Kentucky
Josh Clemons, RB (Achilles)
Alex Montgomery, WR (torn ACL)

South Carolina
Mike Matulis, OL (shoulder)

Tennessee
Ryan Jenkins, WR (not specified)
Riyahd Jones, DB (calf)
Nathan Peterman, QB (thumb)
Trevarris Saulsberry, DL (torn ACL)
Justin Worley, QB (broken thumb)

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  1. Damn, you can almost form another team with the UF injured players. I knew they were bitten, but didn’t realize there were so many season-enders.