Wednesday, Maryland announced that starting quarterback C.J. Brown would be lost for the season due to an ACL injury.
The next day, the Terps lost yet another starter to injury, although this one is expected to be less severe time-wise.
Head coach Randy Edsall announced Thursday that starting safety Matt Robinson will miss at least the next three weeks due to a labrum issue in his left shoulder. With the season opener vs. William & Mary just over two weeks away, it means the Terps will be without the defensive back as it begins its second season under Edsall.
The coach told reporters that the sophomore “will be in a sling for a week, and then he’ll rehab for two weeks,” and then the medical staff will “see where he’s at at that point in time, but it’s going to be a minimum of three weeks before he’ll get out and starting doing anything from a football-related standpoint.”