Maryland-Florida State injury report: Nigel King, Zeke Riser back for Terps

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Two key contributors return for the Terrapins.

Maryland has released their first injury report of the season as conference play begins, with some notable inclusions.

Wide receiver Nigel King, who was injured in the UConn game, missed the West Virginia game and was not listed on the team's depth chart for Florida State, is not on the injury report and is expected to play. Defensive end Zeke Riser, a transfer from Houston who has missed the entire season with an injury, is listed as probable and is expected to make his first appearance in a Terrapin uniform.

Wide receiver Daniel Adams and offensive lineman Silvano Altamirano are also listed as probable.

Back-up placekicker Adam Greene was hurt in practice, and will miss the game. In his place, Brendan Magistro will travel with the team.

Fullback Tyler Cierski is still out with a calf injury that has prevented him from playing a down this season.

Wide receiver Tyrek Cheeseboro, who earlier in the week made his triumphant return to the depth chart after a series of injuries, suffered an unfortunate accident this week when his bicycle collided with a bus on campus early Tuesday morning. Prewitt has more here. He will miss the game as well, but coach Edsall said earlier Thursday that he did not expect any long-term damage.

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