Maryland’s Jeshaun Jones out for the season with leg injury
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Maryland receiver Jeshaun Jones is expected to miss the rest of the season because of a leg injury, coach Michael Locksley said Tuesday.
It’s another blow to the Terrapins’ offense, which already lost receiver Dontay Demus to a season-ending injury. Locksley said Jones’ injury from an Oct. 9 loss to Ohio State will require surgery.
Locksley also said linebacker Durell Nchami had season-ending upper-body surgery.
The Terrapins are coming off their open date. They play at Minnesota on Saturday.
Jones had 18 catches for 224 yards this season.
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