Terps injury report: Bennett Fulper questionable, 17 probables versus Georgia Tech


Caleb Rowe officially joined three other quarterbacks listed as out for the season on Maryland’s injury report. (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)

Perhaps for the first time in weeks, there are no surprises on the Maryland football team’s injury report. 

Quarterback Caleb Rowe was added to the list of Terps designated as “out for the season,” joining three other quarterbacks, wide receiver Marcus Leak, defensive lineman Andre Monroe and kicker Nick Ferrara.

As reported earlier, wide receiver Kerry Boykins (hip/groin) is out against the Yellow Jackets and could soon wind up as Maryland’s eighth player sidelined with a season-ending injury. Offensive lineman Bennett Fulper (foot) is listed as questionable, backing up Coach Randy Edsall’s assertion that the senior would likely be available Saturday.

The Terps were unable to top their season high for players listed as “probable,” however, listing 17 this week, matching the total heading into last week’s 20-17 loss to Boston College.

The full list of probables: Defensive lineman Justin Anderson (ankle), offensive lineman De’Onte Arnett (ankle), running back Wes Brown (shoulder), tight end Devonte Campbell (knee), offensive lineman Sal Conaboy (ankle), safety Sean Davis (hip), wide receiver Kevin Dorsey (knee), linebacker Cole Farrand (wrist), defensive lineman A.J. Francis (shoulder), offensive lineman Justin Gilbert (knee), offensive lineman Nick Klemm (knee), safety Matt Robinson (hip), tight end Ryan Schlothauer (knee), tight end Dave Stinebaugh (back), linebacker Kenneth Tate (knee), linebacker Alex Twine (neck) and defensive lineman Joe Vellano (foot).

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

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