Michigan Football: 2 Backups Done For Year Due To Injuries

April 14, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines kicker Matt Wile (45) kicks a field goal as head coach Brady Hoke (left) walks back to set up the next series of plays during the Michigan Spring game at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Freshmen Kaleb Ringer, Chris Bryant out for the season.

The Michigan Wolverines suffered two more season-ending injuries Thursday. The school announced freshman linebacker Kaleb Ringer is out for the year after knee surgery and redshirt freshman offensive lineman Chris Bryant is out with a fractured tibia.

It's the latest blow for a 2012 preseason camp that has already seen the loss of one freshman, when defensive end Chris Wormley tore his ACL last week in practice.

Ringer is a 6'1, 230-pound linebacker who was a three-star recruit that came to the Wolverines from Clayton, Ohio. He missed four games his senior season at Northmont High with an injury. Bryant is a 6'4, 318-pound offensive lineman who redshirted last season for the Sugar Bowl champions.

For more on Michigan's football camp, stay with this StoryStream. Be sure to check out Maize n Brew for more coverage of the Wolverines, and head over to SB Nation's NCAA football hub for more college football news and analysis.

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