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WR Jesus Wilson returning from suspension for FSU


Another weapon for Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston is back in the mix at Florida State.

FSU wide receiver Jesus Wilson has been reinstated from suspension and will be available Saturday when Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston tries to rid himself of some season-opening rust against The Citadel Saturday. Wilson was automatically suspended under school policy for incurring a felony charge for stealing a motor scooter on the FSU campus in June.

"We'll get Bobo back in the mix this week," Fisher said, according to the Orlando Sentinel. "I'm hopeful [it'll help], we'll see, he had a great camp."

Winston's season got off to a slow start Saturday against Oklahoma State, throwing two interceptions and just one touchdown pass. NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah had some concerns about Winston's performance, as well. If Wilson's return provides anything, perhaps it will help Winston distribute his passes more evenly. Against the Cowboys, Winston frequently locked in on Rashad Greene, who posted a huge game (11 catches, 203 yards).

Wilson could also provide a boost to the Seminoles as a punt returner.

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