For the second consecutive week, U-M will be without No. 2 running back Donovan Edwards while he recovers from a leg injury. Edwards dropped out of U-M's win over Hawaii in Week 2 and was evaluated in the medical tent along the sideline. He never returned to the game and didn't suit up against Connecticut last week.
The Wolverines will also miss left guard Trevor Keegan with an undisclosed injury. Keegan got hurt in the first half of last week's win over UConn and spent the rest of the game on the sideline.
Earlier this week, Harbaugh said Keegan had a good chance of playing against the Terrapins. But Keegan was not in uniform when the Wolverines took the field for warmups. He will likely be replaced by Giovanni El-Hadi, who took Keegan's place last week.
Tight end Erick All was also not in uniform Saturday because of an undisclosed injury. All played 24 snaps against Connecticut and didn't appear hurt.
Without him, the Wolverines are thin on proven pass catchers at the position outside of Luke Schoonmaker. The reserve options include converted offensive tackle Joel Honigford, sixth-year senior Carter Selzer, true freshman Colston Loveland and former quarterback Max Bredeson, among others.
Inside linebacker Nikhai Hill-Green (soft-tissue injury) will miss his fourth consecutive game.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football without Donovan Edwards, Erick All vs. Maryland