Florida State fans can exhale: Wide receiver Tamorrion Terry and defensive tackle Marvin Wilson were back on the practice field Monday night.
Terry, an All-ACC standout who had not practiced in August with the Seminoles, appeared to be more observer than participant at times in the early portion of the practice. But then he showed that his knee was just fine.
The acceleration is definitely there for Terry, who caught 35 passes for 744 yards and eight touchdowns as a redshirt freshman in 2018. On Sunday, Terry said he was looking forward to returning to the practice field.
“I had surgery like two weeks ago,” Terry said. “I feel a lot better. Walking and running right now. I’m going to be ready for the first game.”
Wilson, a preseason All-American, missed more than a week of practices due to a knee injury. But Wilson, who had 3.5 sacks last fall, was also working out with the defensive tackles during individual drills.
Their return allows FSU fans to breathe easier with less than two weeks away from the season opener against Boise State on Aug. 31 in Jacksonville.
Noteworthy: Former FSU offensive line coach George Henshaw was again an observer at the Seminoles’ practices … FSU will practice at nights this week. … The team will hold its kickoff luncheon on Friday.
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