The Washington Times - September 11, 2008, 09:32PM

Here’s the full list as passed along by Maryland’s sports information office, as well as a possible ETA on everyone.

Out for Season:


WR Kevin Dorsey (foot): Underwent surgery late last month and will probably be off crutches soon.


OT Tyler Bowen (leg): Hasn’t been mentioned in a few weeks, and probably won’t be seen until after the bye thanks to a foot injury. His absence has ultimately prompted Maryland to take a look at Scott Burley at right tackle.

OL Joe Faiella (leg): Another offensive lineman who might not be seen for a while. His partially torn Achilles injury is costing him more than the original two-to-three week prognosis, which really isn’t much of a surprise.

DT Travis Ivey (leg): The Terps’ most damaging loss from camp, Ivey won’t be back until at least the Clemson game. The longer he’s out, the better a chance A.J. Francis has of working his way into the defensive line rotation.

S Drew Robinson (shoulder): Special teams could probably use him at some point. His ETA was supposed to be in the middle of this month.

DE Carl Russell (leg): He’s still likely to redshirt regardless of when his broken foot is fully healed.

FS Terrell Skinner (leg): This one hurts the Terps. As unimpressive as Maryland was the last two weeks, Skinner was a revelation at safety before suffering a high ankle sprain. For now, look for him to be back for either Clemson or Virginia.

QB Jordan Steffy (hand): The fractured thumb will keep Steffy sidelined at least another couple weeks. It still wouldn’t be a surprise if he isn’t back until after the bye week.

DL Joe Vellano (shoulder): Given his history of shoulder injuries, Vellano might be the guy on this list least likely to play next year. He can also redshirt, and that option will probably be used.

—- Patrick Stevens