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Maryland Minute 11.11.14 - Jacquille Veii takes over for Stefon Diggs as starting wideout

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Veii will start in place of the suspended/injured Diggs while Will Likely will now assume both punt and kickoff returns.

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The wide receiver situation, post Diggs being out. Jacquille Veii is now listed as the starter who will replace Diggs. Will Likely will now be returning both kickoffs and punt returns. That's both exciting and terrifying, considering how easy it is to get injured returning punts and kickoffs.

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