Maryland football quarterback Caleb Henderson will not be on the team’s 2018 roster, as first reported by Roman Stubbs of the Washington Post.

He will reportedly remain with the program in an off-field role.

Henderson, who transferred from North Carolina in 2016, was expected to earn regular playing time under center last year. But despite season-ending ACL injuries to quarterbacks Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill, he never got that opportunity after battling a preseason foot injury.

Without Henderson in the fold, and with Pigrome and Hill still rehabbing their injuries, the Terps are down to three quarterbacks for the spring. So, they’ll rely on Max Bortenschlager, who threw for 10 touchdowns last season, as well as sophomore Legend Brumbaugh and freshman Tyler DeSue to take practice reps under center.