FSU's Rashad Greene leaves practice with finger injury
FSU's top receiver, Rashad Greene, left practice early Monday after injuring his hand.
By BOB FERRANTEFS Florida
Florida State's leading receiver, junior Rashad Greene, walked off the practice field on Monday afternoon with an injured finger on his left hand.
Coach Jimbo Fisher said later in the day that Greene "will be fine" and that his practice status is considered day-to-day.
Seminoles are already shorthanded at receiver after losing three senior backups in the past few months.
In June, Greg Dent was charged with sexual assault, a second-degree felony, and he is not able to play while his case is still pending. Willie Haulstead was declared academically ineligible when practice began and is no longer a member of the team.
And last week, Fisher announced that Scooter Haggins would miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Greene caught 57 passes for 741 yards and six touchdowns in 2012, leading the Seminoles in all three categories.