Baltimore Ravens lose RB Justice Hill to season-ending injury

OWINGS MILLS (Md. Sources say that the Baltimore Ravens suffered their second loss in Baltimore due to a season-ending injury. Justice Hill sustained a lower leg injury during Thursday's practice.
A source confirmed that Hill had torn the Achilles tendon. After missing the last two preseason games due to an ankle injury, Hill had just returned from practice last week. The Achilles injury occurred on a different side.

Hill, Baltimore's No. Hill, Baltimore's No. 3 running back, was injured shortly after J.K. Dobbins was lost to the Ravens in the preseason finale. Dobbins had a torn ACL on Aug. 28.

On Monday, the Ravens worked with Devonta Freeman, Le'Veon Bell and Elijah Holyfield.

Baltimore had only two running backs who were healthy at practice: Ty'Son Williams and Gus Edwards.

In rushing, the Ravens are the NFL's top team for the past two seasons.

Hill, 23 years old, was the Ravens' fourth round pick in 2019. Hill has rushed for 285 yard and two touchdowns in his 28 career games.