Update: Florida State's head coach spoke about Jalen Ramsey following Monday's practice. Fisher also said P.J. Williams and Ronald Darby missed practice with tweaked hamstrings and would likely miss four or five days, while Chris Casher took advantage of a scheduled day off.
With the first week of practice in the books, the Florida State Seminoles returned to the practice fields Monday afternoon to start their second week of practice.
As national media outlets continued to blow the "Jalen Ramsey situation" out of proportion leading up to Monday's practice, the sophomore defensive back entered the indoor facility as he always has and got right back to work.
Markus Eligwe, Ryan Green, Ja'Vonn Harrison and Travis Rudolph all continued to be on the non-dressed, while Tyrell Lyons and Ro'Derrick Hoskins were new to the list. Chris Casher, P.J. Williams and Ronald Darby were not at Monday's practice at all, however.
Dalvin Cook, Kevin Haplea and Colin Blake continued to wear no-contact Jerseys, and Josue Matias, who dressed out Monday, remained limited.
Lorenzo Featherston, who didn't dressed out during Sunday's open practice, was back in uniform Monday afternoon.
With Williams and Darby missing from the secondary, Jalen Ramsey stepped into the corner back position, as did Nick Waisome. While Ramsey played the corner, Trey Marshall stepped in and played the star, while Demarcus Walker took his spot at the defensive end position in Casher's absence.
John Franklin continued to get some work in with the receivers on Monday, something that FSU fans should be truly excited to see. Franklin is an explosive athlete and could be a real asset to a receiving corps with questions.
The Jaqcksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns and the Seattle Seahawks sent scouts to FSU's campus on Monday.
Jimbo Fisher will speak following Monday's practice and will likely speak about yesterday's news, as well as clear up the reason for certain players missing Monday's practice.