ATHENS, Ga. – Todd Gurley hasn't been cleared to play, but he's still practicing for No. 10 Georgia.
Gurley remains on indefinite suspension while Georgia investigates possible violations of NCAA rules. He was held out of the Bulldogs' 34-0 win at Missouri on Saturday, but he participated in Monday's practice.
Meanwhile, Georgia used its Twitter account on Monday to tell fans "We don't have a Gurley update at this time, nor a timetable. Bear with us."
William King, an attorney based in Birmingham, Alabama, confirmed to The Associated Press he is representing Gurley. King has an extensive background in NCAA compliance matters. He also represented former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton and former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel in their eligibility cases.
King would not provide any details on the Gurley case.