Maryland football releases injury report vs. Indiana

Maryland will have a short number of players unavailable against Indiana with the Terps releasing their injury report against Indiana, per updated Big Ten guidelines.

Running back Ramon Brown has been back on the practice field over the last two weeks, but the former four-star will have to wait at least another week until he makes his season debut. Linebacker Neeo Avery is also ruled out as he looks to make his first appearance as a Terp. Wide receiver Leon Haughton and running back Nolan Ray were also ruled out against Indiana.

Linebacker Jaishawn Barham is one of three players listed as questionable heading into kickoff, joining fullback/linebacker Sean Greeley and offensive lineman Andre Roye.

Defensive lineman Isaac Bunyun, meanwhile, returns to the rotation after missing last weekend’s game versus Michigan State.

Indiana will be without QB Dexter Williams, wide receiver EJ Williams, defensive back Jamier Johnson, running back Josh Henderson, linebacker Jackson Schott, offensive lineman Max Longman and tight end Bradley Archer. Wide receiver Donaven McCulley, defensive back Nic Toomer, defensive back Louis Moore, tight end James Bombo and offensive lineman Bray Lynch were also ruled as ‘questionable.’

Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM inside SECU Stadium.

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