Terps have 17 players listed as ‘probable’ on injury report

Marcus Leak was second in Maryland in receptions and touchdown catches. (Associated Press)

The hammer dropped earlier today when the Terps announced that quarterback Devin Burns and wide receiver Marcus Leak would miss the rest of the season with injuries. 

Maryland sent out its weekly injury report shortly after, and even without the six players currently out for the season, it’s plenty long. Here’s the list heading into Saturday’s ACC matchup at Boston College: 

Out for the season:  QB C.J. Brown (knee), QB Devin Burns (foot), QB Perry Hills (knee), K Nick Ferrara (hip), WR Marcus Leak (toe), DL Andre Monroe (knee).

Out: OL Bennett Fulper (foot), WR Kerry Boykins (hip/groin), TE David Stinebaugh (back).

Questionable: S Matt Robinson (groin), DL Justin Anderson (ankle).

Probable: OL De’Onte Arnett (ankle), RB Wes Brown (shoulder), OL Sal Conaboy (ankle), DB Sean Davis (hip), WR Stefon Diggs (thigh), LB Darin Drakeford (Abdomin), DL A.J. Francis (shoulder), OL Justin Gilbert (knee), LB Demetrius Hartsfield (ankle), DL Darius Kilgo (ankle), WR Nigel King (foot), OL Nick Klemm (knee), TE Ryan Schlothauer (knee), RB Albert Reid (shoulder), LB Kenneth Tate (knee), DL Joe Vellano (foot), OL Andrew Zeller (knee). 

 

Alex Prewitt covers the Washington Capitals. Follow him on Twitter @alex_prewitt or email him at alex.prewitt@washpost.com.

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