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Maryland-Virginia Tech injury report: Terps down to four wide receivers, LT Larose out

More injuries continue to plague the Terrapins.

Rob Carr

Maryland's injury report for their game against Virginia Tech has been released, with some key names out for the Terrapins.

Starting cornerback Jeremiah Johnson is still out after a toe injury suffered in Maryland's second game of the season, against Old Dominion. Slot receivers Levern Jacobs and DeAndre Lane are also both out, as is wide receiver Tyrek Cheeseboro, leaving Maryland with just four wide receivers for the game -- Nigel King, Malcolm Culmer, Amba Etta-Tawo and Daniel Adams. Ricardo Young has been moved to wide receiver from quarterback, but it's hard to see him getting playing time so soon.

True freshman starting left tackle Moise Larose, thrust into the role after Mike Madaras's departure, will also miss the game. His listed backup is Jake Wheeler, but Maryland may opt instead to make some changes along the line.

Linebacker Abner Logan is out as well. Defensive starters Cole Farrand, Lorne Goree and Anthony Nixon are all not listed, however, and appear to be good to go.