Enough players have returned from injuries that Maryland’s offense won’t look so depleted Saturday against Syracuse.

Quarterback C.J. Brown and running back Brandon Ross, who have both missed time this season with injuries, are playing, and tight end Dave Stinebaugh (knee) is listed as probable in Thursday’s injury report. Of course, the offense is still lacking top wide receivers Stefon Diggs and Deon Long with season-ending lower-leg fractures.

The defense remains thinned. Starting linebacker Cole Farrand (concussion) is the latest casualty. He is listed as out. Linebacker L.A. Goree (back) is questionable.

Farrand has started seven of Maryland's eight games. He had 23 tackles last month against Clemson.

The Terps had hoped that perhaps cornerback Jeremiah Johnson, a starter when the season began, might be back Saturday. But he is listed as out. Here is the full injury report from the school:

University of Maryland Football Injury Report

 

vs. Syracuse

 
         

Position

Name

Injury

Status

 

DB

Milan Collins

Ankle

Out for the season

 

LB

Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil

Upper Body

Out for the season

 

WR

Stefon Diggs

Leg

Out for the season

 

OL

JaJuan Dulaney

Knee

Out for the season

 

WR

Deon Long

Leg

Out for the season

 

DB

Dexter McDougle

Shoulder

Out for the season

 

DL

Mike Minter

Knee

Out for the season

 

DL

Kingsley Opara

Shoulder

Out for the season

 

DL

Ty Tucker

Knee

Out for the season

 

WR

Tyrek Cheeseboro

Head

Out

 

LB

Cole Farrand

Head

Out

 

DB

Jeremiah Johnson

Toe

Out

 

LB

L.A. Goree

Back

Questionable

 

K

Adam Greene

Quad

Questionable

 

DB

Anthony Nixon

Toe

Questionable

 

OL

Andrew Zeller

Knee

Questionable

 

OL

Silvano Altamirano

Back

Probable

 

TE

Dave Stinebaugh

Knee

Probable