The Florida State Seminoles got back to it Monday afternoon, continuing preparation for their game against Louisville on Thursday night.
Right guard Tre' Jackson was not at practice, and linebackers Jacob Pugh and E.J. Levenberry were not dressed out. These three joined Markus Eligwe, Mario Pender and Austin Barron, all of which did not dress during the bye week.
I happened to see Tre' Jackson in the parking lot before practice began and he wasn't wearing any kind of boot, brace or any other kind of injury associated gear, for what it's worth.
Bobby Hart was fully dressed but seemed limited, and Terrance Smith wore a blue no-contact jersey.
Sean Maguire was back in pads for the first time since his hand injury. While his hand and fingers remained taped, he did throw the football.
Rashad Greene, who also sat out the bye week, was back in pads and working out as well.
With Tre' Jackson out, and Bobby Hart seemingly limited, Kareem Are stepped in at right guard, while Roderick Johnson stepped in at right tackle. Both Are and Johnson have been getting tons of reps since they walked on campus, and Trickett clearly has confidence in both of these players.
Matthew Thomas, who recently made his return, sported a knee brace Monday. While he did participate fully during linebacker drills, he was not a member of the first team kick coverage, as he had been in previous weeks.