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Florida State football practice report: 9/1

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The 'Noles took to the practice field during Labor Day.

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Following their 37-31 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday, the Florida State Seminoles got back to work Monday afternoon. There seemed to be a little less playing around as the players walked into the indoor facility. As they expressed following Saturday's game, they were disappointed in their performance.

P.J. Williams, Markus Eligwe, Kain Daub and Matthew Thomas were not dressed out on Monday. Daub was wearing a boot, and Thomas, who has apparently had an ankle problem, was without any kind of wrap, boot, brace, etc.

Also, the Buffalo Bills had a representative at practice.

Chris Casher was dressed and at practice, but didn't participate in any walk-throughs. As Casher walked into the indoor facility, he and Jimbo Fisher had a brief chat. Facial expressions didn't give anything away as to what the conversation consisted of.

Ryan Green, who has missed quite a bit of practice, was back in shells with his teammates but still remained limited.

Cam Erving continues to get some work at center during the beginning of practice, but he quickly moves back to his spot at left tackle. While Erving is at center, though, it continues to be Kareem Are that takes hist spot at LT.

Odell Haggins was getting into his defensive tackle group a little bit before Monday's practice started, disappointed in some of the mistakes they made in Dallas, mistakes he has "gone over time and time again."

Marquez White continues to be the first guy in for P.J. Williams, with Nick Waisome sharing some time.

It looked like the staff was experimenting with a smaller, faster group to cover kickoffs during practice. The coverage team was as follows: Jalen Ramsey, Dalvin Cook, Reggie Northrup, Terrance Smith, Jacob Pugh, Tyler Hunter, Scooter Haggins, Trey Marshall, Ja'Vonn Harrison and Nate Andrews.

Jimbo Fisher probably won't speak after practice, but the media should get the chance to speak with a few players.