Ravens Suffer Another Loss at Running Back

The Ravens have once again been bitten by the injury bug losing running back Justice Hill to an achilles injury, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport. The Ravens lost running back J.K. Dobbins for the season after suffering a torn ACL in the Ravens final preseason game against the Washington Football Team.

Hill who has missed most of the preseason with an ankle injury suffered in the Ravens 17-14 win over the Saints in their first preseason contest. Hill missed Monday’s practice after practicing in full for several days last week. Hill reportedly suffered the injury sometime last week during a closed practice to the media.

Hill has yet to find a steady role in the Ravens offense during his previous two seasons with the Ravens, but has been a key contributor on special teams.

On the same day Hill was officially ruled out for the season the Ravens worked out three running backs. Third year running back Elijah Holyfield as well as veterans Devonte Freeman and former New York Jet and Pittsburgh Steeler Le’Veon Bell. The Ravens are in dire need of a third running back as they currently only have two healthy running backs in Gus Edwards and Ty’Son Williams.

The Ravens don’t have much time if they wish to sign another running back, as they open up the regular season one week from today in Las Vegas against the Raiders.

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