Maryland didn't let the steady rain and grey sky effect practice on Monday morning. The Terps came out with plenty of enthusiasm and energy in a hard-hitting, physical day inside Byrd Stadium.
Head coach Randy Edsall was certainly happy to see sophomore Stefon Diggs back on the field. Diggs haD his most active day of practice, as he went through thud drills, and route running.
Edsall discusses Diggs' progress, evaluates his game, and how he has changed since his injury. He also addresses injury updates, including regarding Matt Robinson, Jeremiah Johnson, the position battle at left guard, special teams and more, in the video below.
Edsall on Diggs' Return, Practice Progress
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