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Florida State football injury report for Louisville: Key offensive players return

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Jimbo Fisher announced the status of the injured ‘Noles heading into Louisville.

Following practice on Thursday, the team’s final practice of the week, head coach Jimbo Fisher ran through the injury report for FSU’s game versus Louisville on Saturday.

As expected, Derwin James was ruled out, and will be "out indefinitely" as he continues to recover from a torn meniscus. He will not be traveling with the team to Louisville. Defensive back Nate Andrews will be active, and could help fill in the void created with James' injury.

After missing last week’s game against CSU with an ankle injury, fullback Freddie Stevenson was ruled active, and will play, according to Fisher.

Offensive lineman Kareem Are (concussion) and Wilson Bell (ankle) also missed last week’s game against Charleston Southern. Both will be active and ready to go against Louisville.

There are some new names on the injury list: offensive lineman Derrick Kelly and receiver Ja'Vonn "Pigg" Harrison; both will miss Saturday's game.

Defensive end Josh Sweat did not make the trip to Louisville according to sources, and his status is up in the air for the game against Louisville.

Here's the full injury report for the game against Louisville:

Out (bold denotes out for season):

WR Ja'Vonn Harrison (migraines)

OL Derrick Kelly (knee)

DT Darvin Taylor (shoulder)

DB Derwin James (knee)

OL Corey Martinez (knee)

WR George Campbell (core muscle)

DE Keith Bryant (foot)

LB Sh'Mar Kilby Lane (academically ineligible)