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Florida State’s top returning receiver, junior Rashad Greene, left today’s practice with an apparent hand injury. Rumors are swirling that Greene has broken his left hand. If so, he will be out indefinitely, which would be a big blow to the Seminoles’ offense this season. Florida State has yet to clarify the extent of the injury.
Greene had 57 catches for 741 yards and six touchdowns last fall. It has already been a rough summer for the Florida State receiving corps (three senior backups have been lost within the past couple months), and losing Greene to an injury could be be devastating.
Ranked #11 in the AP preseason poll, the Seminoles are expecting to fight for the ACC crown this year.
We hope for the best for Rashad and hopefully this injury is not as serious as it seems.
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Florida State's leading receiver, junior Rashad Greene, walked off the practice field on Monday afternoon with what appeared to be an injury to his left hand.
The exact nature and severity of the injury was not known, but a team trainer was holding Greene's hand up as he left the field.
"I have no idea," coach Jimbo Fisher said. "I'll see when we go inside...
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