Four former Maryland players will take part in the 2016 NFL Combine, the program announced on Thursday. The event takes place Feb. 26-29 in Indianapolis. Here they are:
Inheriting a team that is coming off of a three-win season, DJ Durkin's first year as Maryland's head coach could have its bumps in the road as he begins to build his program in College Park.
Maryland is sending a pair of defensive linemen to the NFL Draft and, according to ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper, both are draftable prospects who could be high-value talents for the team that
Maryland has extended an offer to five-star linebacker prospect and the Rivals.com No.
Former Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan faces a misdemeanor charge of reckless use of a firearm after accidentally shooting himself in Virginia on Jan.