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Maryland QB CJ Brown Listed As Doubtful For Saturday

Virginia travels to Maryland for a 3:30 matchup on Saturday against the Terps.  Its most likely the last time these teams will play in the regular season as Maryland is heading to the Big Ten.  Thursday night the dynamic of the match up may have changed, Maryland starting quarterback CJ Brown is listed as doubtful on the Maryland injury report.  Brown is a dual threat quarterback, who suffered a concussion against FSU.  His backup Caleb Rowe is more of a pocket passer, but has a lot of skill as a passer although he’s young.  The full injury report is below:

University of Maryland Football Injury Report

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Position

Name

Injury

Status

DB Milan Collins Ankle Out for the season
OL JaJuan Dulaney Knee Out for the season
DB Dexter McDougle Shoulder Out for the season
DL Mike Minter Knee Out for the season
DL Ty Tucker Knee Out for the season
WR Tyrek Cheeseboro Head Out
RB Tyler Cierski Calf Out
K Adam Greene Quad Out
DB Jeremiah Johnson Toe Out
OL Nick Klemm Foot Out
LB Matt Robinson Shoulder Out
QB C.J. Brown Head Doubtful
WR Daniel Adams Knee Probable
OL Silvano Altamirano Back Probable
LB Cole Farrand Hand Probable
WR Nigel King Back Probable
TE Dave Stinebaugh Knee Probable
DL Zeke Riser Foot Probable

 

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