Florida State Seminoles football head coach Mike Norvell spoke with the media on Monday and was able to share two small brief updates on the health of two of his players.
Quarterback Chubba Purdy, who suffered a broken collarbone early in camp and also recently had to undergo a second operation, has apparently been doing well in his rehab, with Norvell saying “he should be back soon.”
Per a report by Brad Cesmat of sports360az.com, Purdy had to undergo a second surgery on his non-throwing shoulder due to an infection in the incision made from the first surgery to repair the collarbone.
As for defensive end Joshua Kaindoh, who was hurt in Saturday’s loss to Georgia Tech, Norvell didn’t share specifics, but did say that they had received a “positive prognosis” on the redshirt junior’s knee.
“It is a positive prognosis on Kaindoh, something we’re going to continue to evaluate on a day-to-day basis.”