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FSU practice report: Jacques Patrick gets first reps

News, notes, and observations from the day's Florida State practice.

Jacques Patrick with Everett Golson
Jacques Patrick with Everett Golson
David Visser

The Seminoles donned full pads to continue prepping for their Saturday matinee against the Syracuse Orange this afternoon in a light drizzle.


Running back Dalvin Cook continues to take Tuesday off to rest his hamstring. Offensive linemen Kareem Are and Cole Minshew rode the stationary bikes.


RB Mario Pender once again participated, along with receiver Auden Tate, but it was Jacques Patrick who was taking the early first-team reps with Everett Golson. Johnathan Vickers worked in next, and then Pender.

The ones on the OL were, left to right, Rod Johnson, Chad Mavety, Ryan Hoefeld, Wilson Bell, and Brock Ruble. The twos included Ethan Frith, Joshua Peters, Alec Eberle, David Robbins, and Keith Weeks. After missing yesterday, Derrick Kelly dressed out, but we didn't see him participate-- the same was true for Hoefeld. And Bobo Wilson returned to practice after sitting out yesterday.

Tight end Jeremy Kerr once again wore a non-contact jersey and should be back for Syracuse.


Linebacker Terrance Smith practiced again, as did Tyler Hunter, who is still in a non-contact jersey after sustaining a concussion.

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Jimbo Fisher will address the media after practice and has his call-in show tomorrow night.