Michigan linebacker Kaleb Ringer, offensive lineman Chris Bryant out for season
Michigan freshman linebacker Kaleb Ringer and redshirt freshman offensive lineman Chris Bryant have sustained season-ending injuries, the school announced in a statement.
Ringer underwent season-ending knee surgery and will redshirt the season. Bryant, who redshirted last season, fractured a tibia and is also lost for the year.
Michigan lost only one player from last year's two-deep at linebacker.
Bryant was expected to be a primary backup at guard on the offensive line, a position of tenuous depth for the Wolverines.
Michigan now has sustained five injuries in camp, three of which end seasons. Defensive end Chris Wormley tore his ACL and isn't expected to return.
Receiver Roy Roundtree also sustained a knee injury the first week of camp and had arthroscopic surgery Aug. 10. He is expected to return to practice next week and play in the Sept. 1 opener against Alabama.