FSU Notebook

WR Rashad Greene misses Noles practice with finger injury


Miami Herald Writer

Florida State junior wide receiver Rashad Greene (Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas) was the latest player to miss time after leaving Monday morning’s practice early with a finger injury that could sideline him for a few days.

“That’s part of camp, that’s all part of it,” coach Jimbo Fisher said Monday afternoon. “You can see that starting to wear on them a bit, I want them to push through [it] today.”

Various players have missed time as the Seminoles make the final push before starting their regular weekly routine next week to prepare for their Labor Day opener at Pittsburgh.

Williams Back

After being held out of the team’s first scrimmage, sophomore cornerback PJ Williams is back to full speed and should fully participate during the final scrimmage of fall practice Wednesday.

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