Florida State 11/3 Practice Report

Florida State returned numerous players to practice after an injury filled couple of weeks.

Florida State returns to practice after a couple days rest in Shells. Howard Schnellenberger, former Miami, Louisville, and Oklahoma head coach, was in attendance. Schnellenberger will be speaking to the Tallahassee QB club this evening.

Jameis Winston was fully participating in practice, but he did have a very noticeable limp. He was not in a brace, nor was his ankle taped.

Florida State was dangerously thin at linebacker against Louisville, but that changed and then some today. Terrance Smith, E.J. Levenberry, and Jacob Pugh all returned to practice after missing the game. Ukeme Eligwe also returned to practice after being out for more than a month. Pugh was in a blue non-contact jersey.

Mario Pender returned to practice. It is his first time practicing since the Monday after Syracuse.

DeMarcus Christmas also returned to practice for the first time in two weeks.

The offensive line was working with a different group today as Cam Erving was working at center and Rod Johnson was at left tackle.

Scouts from the Bears, Bucs, and Rams were in attendance.



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