The lasting images of Nick Chubb’s gruesome injury against Tennessee last season are beginning to fade away.

According to Jason Butt of The Telegraph, the Georgia running back has participated in strength and conditioning workouts with his fellow Bulldogs with very few limitations to his injured left knee.

A source told Butt that Chubb has been getting around campus without the big brace that he had been spotted wearing during the team’s practices for the TaxSlayer Bowl.

That’s good news for Chubb, who tore his left posterior cruciate ligament while also tearing two other ligaments and damaging cartilage in that game against the Vols on Oct. 10.

He had rushed for at least 120 yards in each of the first five games of the season previous to that with seven rushing touchdowns.

It isn’t clear whether Chubb will be ready for fall practices or even Georgia’s season opener against North Carolina on Sept. 3.