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Injury update after Michigan football lost multiple players at Maryland

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. — For the first time all year, Michigan football found itself having injury timeouts with players heading to the locker room banged up. With Ohio State coming up in a week, it’s not exactly the greatest timing.

Starting left tackle LaDarius Henderson didn’t make the trip to College Park to face Maryland, and his replacement, Myles Hinton (who started at right tackle, thus shifting Karsen Barnhart to left tackle) left the game with an apparent right knee injury.

Interim head coach Sherrone Moore said after the game he expects Henderson back next week and Hinton didn’t suffer any catastrophic damage to his knee on his injury.

“LD was working through something,” Moore said. “I think he’ll be back next week and Myles got a little knee — ended up (with) no structural damage, anything so nothing crazy.”

Perhaps just as key, especially considering how much the offense struggled against the Terps, was the injury to wide receiver Roman Wilson.

Wilson made the first catch of the game for the Wolverines, but the play was reviewed for targeting. Though the referees didn’t uphold the charge, Wilson immediately went to the injury tent and returned later to the sidelines in street clothes.

Moore isn’t sure the extent of the injury, whether it was precautionary or not, but he says Wilson appeared fine when he returned to the team’s sideline.

“Yeah, obviously was out. Not sure the exact knowledge what it is but the trainers ruled him out at that time, which was a responsible thing, I think, for us to do as a staff, medical staff. So they’re always on top of that stuff, especially when it comes to anything that could be the head. So he was fine. Talking and everything, everything was good. He was on the sideline afterward.”

While Moore didn’t update Mike Barrett’s injury, the sixth-year linebacker returned to the game after heading to the locker room. Barrett, who appeared in his postgame interview with an ice pack taped to his left shoulder, said it isn’t much to worry about as far as his future prognosis is concerned.

“Just a little AC sprain on my shoulder,” Barrett said. “I kind of got hit on one of the plays as I was making a tackle — somebody came in and kind of hit my shoulder.

“Just kind of came in and got it looked at. Got it padded up and went back out there. Nothing a little Tylenol won’t fix.”

Michigan and Ohio State will kick off next week at The Big House at noon EST with the game televised nationally on Fox.

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