Ravens CB Washington out vs. Colts with dislocated shoulder

Updated: October 10, 2008, 3:42 PM ET
Associated Press

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens cornerback Fabian Washington will miss Sunday's game against Indianapolis with a dislocated right shoulder, further thinning a secondary poised to face Peyton Manning.

Washington was filling in for starter Samari Rolle, who is out at least a month following neck surgery last week. Frank Walker will start at cornerback, backed up by Corey Ivy.

Walker's last start was in 2006 with the New York Giants.

The Ravens might also have to play without right tackle Adam Terry, who was listed as doubtful Friday with a sprained right knee. Even though Terry didn't practice all week, he still hopes to play.

"It feels a lot better," Terry said. "I anticipate being out there."

If Terry can't go, four-time Pro Bowl tackle Willie Anderson will start. Anderson joined the team last month after being released by Cincinnati.

Although offensive tackle Jared Gaither (knee) and inside linebacker Ray Lewis (knee) are listed as questionable, they are expected to play. Both were limited in practice Friday.


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