News:Wes Brown will undergo surgery on his labrum, and miss the remainder of the season, according to the Washington Post.
Analysis:Wes Brown will also miss the spring. His shoulder has been an issue all year, and with his ankle not responding well after missing last week's game, Brown decided to shut things down. Missing spring hurts, but Brown will be back in the mix for a lead role in 2013.
News:Wes Brown (ankle) will not play Saturday against No. 13 Clemson, ESPN reports.
Analysis: Yet another critical injury to a Maryland team that announced its leading offensive threat Stefon Diggs (ankle) will also miss Saturday's game. Wes Brown and Diggs were crucial in helping Shawn Petty transition from linebacker to quarterback now that all four of the team's quarterbacks are out for the season. At this point, Maryland just wants to escape this season without any further injuries so don't expect them to rush Brown back.
News:Wes Brown is listed alone atop the team's updated depth chart, notes the Washington Post.
Analysis:Wes Brown is coming off a career-high 121 yards against North Carolina State, and this is a move that's long been overdue. With uncertainty at quarterback, Maryland figures to hand off often, making Brown a top waiver option this week when the Terps play a struggling Boston College run defense.
News:Wes Brown ran 25 times for a career-high 121 yards and a touchdown Saturday against North Carolina State.
Analysis: The rest of this crowded backfield had just seven carries for 21 yards, and it's possible Wes Brown is finally separating himself.
News:Wes Brown (shoulder) is questionable for Saturday's game against North Carolina State, ESPN reports.
Analysis:Wes Brown missed last week's game, and it's not clear what his status is for Saturday. Given the uncertainty, it's best to look elsewhere.
News:Wes Brown (shoulder) will miss Saturday's game at Virginia, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Analysis:Wes Brown is the team's leading rusher, and this could be big news for Justus Pickett, as he'll likely see 15 or more touches.
News:Wes Brown is still looking to emerge from a four-headed committee backfield, notes the Baltimore Sun.
Analysis:Wes Brown leads the team in yards at 127 despite not receiving touches every week. Offensive coordinator Mike Locksley offered, "We'd like to see a guy kind of take the position by the reins." With the Terps opening conference play, maybe, just maybe, Brown can emerge from this crowded attack to have some value.