Florida State wide receiver Jesus Wilson's indefinite suspension from the team has now been lifted, head coach Jimbo Fisher said Monday.
Wilson was charged with third-degree grand motor theft for an incident on July 10 involving an alleged theft of a scooter. The charge was later reduced from a felony to two misdemeanors (petty theft and misdemeanor criminal mischief), attorney Tim Jansen told ESPN.com.
The wideout traveled with the Seminoles and dressed for Saturday's victory over Oklahoma State, but did not play.
Under Florida State policy, any player charged with a felony is immediately suspended from representing the university in games. Wilson was allowed to practice during his suspension.
The Seminoles next game comes against The Citadel on Saturday night.