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FSU practice report: Christmas returns

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

Demarcus Christmas
Demarcus Christmas
David Visser

The Seminoles hit the practice pitch in full pads today, as they continue to get ready for the Chattanooga Mocs on Saturday. Today's practice was viewed by more pro scouts than we've seen at any one practice session all season, including representatives from the Saints, Patriots, Panthers, Texans, Bears, Raiders, Jets, Steelers, Ravens, Titans, and Bills (surprise).


Fullback Freddie Stevenson remains out with a concussion, but he did stretch and spend time on the stationary bike, and Mario Pender was once again not present. Reggie Northrup still has his right arm in a sling, and for the second straight day, we didn't see Chad Mavety.


The ones on the offensive line, from the left, consisted of Rod Johnson, Kareem Are, Alec Eberle, Wilson Bell, and Brock Ruble. The second string was comprised of Ethan Frith, David Robbins, Corey Martinez, Joshua Peters, and Keith Weeks. Cole Minshew was again working out solo in the IPF, pushing a weighted sled. Pigg Harrison and Johnathan Vickers wore non-contact jerseys.


Demarcus Christmas was back after missing yesterday, and Chris Casher had some extra taping done to his left ankle. Lorenzo Featherston once again wore a non-contact jersey.

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Jimbo Fisher will speak to the media after practice, as will some players.