Maryland defensive back Denzel Conyers was injured during practice Thursday morning, and went to the hospital in an ambulance.
The school released a statement later in the day Thursday, which said Conyers was “stable and alert” at a Baltimore hospital. He was expected to remain there for more testing.
Scary moment at Terps practice today: Senior DB Denzel Conyers suffered an undisclosed injury and had to be taken off in ambulance.
— Roman Stubbs (@romanstubbs) August 18, 2016
Team statement: "He was taken to the hospital and is stable and alert. To be cautious, he's getting further testing done."
— Daniel Gallen (@danieljtgallen) August 18, 2016
The practice was scheduled to be open to the media, but that was cancelled because of the injury. Coach D.J. Durkin is expected to be available to the media after practice Friday.
Conyers is a senior from St. Petersburg, Florida, who is entering his second season of eligibility with the Terrapins. He appeared in nine games in 2015, posting 15 tackles, 2 tackles for loss and a pass breakup.
He transferred to Maryland from Butte College (California) and sat out the 2014 season with a redshirt. The Washington Post profiled Conyers back in April.