Maryland has already had to deal with some pretty significant injury news this spring, and it appears that two Terrapins will likely miss the 2019 season.

Starting safety Antwaine Richardson suffered an ACL injury on Saturday and will probably miss the 2019 season, head coach Mike Locksley told the Washington Post on Monday. Richardson is expected to undergo surgery sometime this week.

Richardson recorded 41 tackles while making 10 starts for the Terrapins last season. He appeared in all 12 games. He will be a senior in the fall but has a redshirt year available to use.

Earlier this spring, backup offensive lineman TJ Bradley also suffered a knee injury. He has already undergone surgery but isn’t expected to see the field in 2019 due to the rehabilitation and recovery process.

Bradley appeared in four games for Maryland along the offensive line last season, but didn’t see the field after the month of October.