Wide receivers Quintin McCree and Ronnie Tyler will be back in the lineup against Towson after missing the last two games while serving suspension, according to Jeff Barker of the Baltimore Sun.
"I told them, 'You're getting another opportunity. You're getting a second chance.' They will be back in the starting lineup this week," Edsall said.
It's interesting that Edsall said they will both be back in the starting lineup considering how well Kevin Dorsey has played so far this season. But I guess it wouldn't be fair to give McCree's job away while he doesn't have the chance to hold onto it. If Dorsey outplays him in the coming weeks, that may change though.
For how their return might affect the Terps offense, we go to our Maryland blog Testudo Times for their take.
A lot of people have guessed that perhaps Danny O'Brien's recent troubles have been the result of chemistry issues without McCree and Tyler in the lineup. I don't buy that, but their return has to help things - Tony Logan has potential, but McCree and Tyler were great against Miami and have been with O'Brien for much longer. Hopefully this will smooth some things out in the passing game, which should make the entire offense click a little smoother. I expect the top four WRs will now be Dorsey-McCree-Tyler-Logan, in some rough order.