Two Maryland players limped off the field. Another wasn’t seen on the field in the second half of Saturday’s 56-45 loss to Clemson.
Needless to say, the Terrapins’ injury situation got worse.
“We’ve have some more guys that will probably be out for an extended period of time,” coach Randy Edsall said.
Among the latest possible ailments:
* Wide receiver Tyrek Cheeseboro limped off after a kickoff return in the first quarter.
* Linebacker Avery Graham limped off after a kickoff return in the third quarter.
* Wide receiver Kevin Dorsey was not seen on the field in the second half.
Clearly, the loss of Dorsey would be a major hit to Maryland’s passing game. But both Cheeseboro and Graham are valuable special teams contributors.
Maryland listed 10 of its 96 players as out on its injury report for the Clemson game – a number that might get larger before it gets smaller.
“Thursday, we’ll put out the injury report based on what the ACC requires us to do,” Edsall said. “But there will be more added to the report.”