Ravens CB Washington out vs. Colts with dislocated shoulder
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.
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.
Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
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