Georgia leading WR Lawrence Cager out for rest of the year

After injuring himself in practice on Wednesday, UGA leading WR Lawrence Cager confirmed on his Instagram page Friday that the injury will cost him the rest of the season.

"The energy in Sanford Stadium is undoubtedly electric," wrote Cager. "I wish it didn't come to an end like this and if I could go back in time to the beginning and do it again, there isn't another school I would rather choose. Thank you Dawg Nation for all the great moments this past year. My boys know that we going get that SEC Champ and I'm still with them even if I'm not on the field. Big Dawgs always going to shake back! #GoDawgs"

Cager already sat out Georgia's last game, a 19-13 win over Texas A&M, because of injuries to his shoulder and ribs.

Cager, a graduate transfer from Miami, has been one of Jake Fromm's favorite targets this season. He leads the Bulldogs in receptions (33) as well as yards (476) and has caught four touchdowns.