D.J. Moore has an adorable new puppy!
Days after the Carolina Panthers selected Moore as the No. 24 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the former Maryland wide receiver returned to his roots and paid a visit to College Park.
But the first-rounder wasn’t alone when he went to Maryland. According to the Terps’ football Twitter account, he brought his new puppy with him. Seriously, look at this puppy!
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The Big Ten Receiver of the Year in 2017, Moore was obviously a crucial component of the Terps’ offense. He finished the season with 80 catches — a Maryland single-season record, which was also a Big Ten high.
He declared for the NFL Draft after his junior season with Maryland.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Former Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill has transferred to Tennessee.
Tennessee athletic department spokesman Zach Stipe confirmed Thursday that the Volunteers have added Hill as a walk-on. Hill won't play this season due to NCAA transfer rules.
247Sports first reported Tennessee had added Hill, who has torn ligaments in each of his knees during his college career.
Hill started Maryland's first 10 games as a redshirt freshman last year before tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. He had torn the ACL in his right knee during Maryland's third game in 2017.
He completed 53.4 percent of his career passes at Maryland for 1,313 yards with 11 touchdowns and four interceptions. Hill also ran for 45 yards and one touchdown on 13 carries.
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Maryland quarterback Max Bortenschlager suffered a lower-body stress fracture that is expected to keep him out for eight weeks, head coach Mike Locksley told reporters Saturday.
It is a tough blow for the redshirt junior who has started in nine games in three years during his career with the Terps, and it further cements him behind the top quarterbacks vying for the starting job.
Virginia Tech transfer Josh Jackson still remains the frontrunner to be named starter competing against Tyrrell Pigrome. That leaves Bortenschlager likely competing just to stay third on the depth chart.
Losing a third-string quarterback for eight weeks is not a major blow for most programs. Maryland, however, is not most programs. The Terps seem to lose quarterbacks the way most people lose socks in the laundry.
In the past five years, Maryland has had seven different quarterbacks throw at least 45 passes in a season.
The loss of Bortenschlager may just be a depth loss...for now. But will that injury loom large into the season?
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