Source: Baltimore Ravens lose RB Justice Hill to season-ending injury

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens lost their second running back to a season-ending injury in a five-day span when Justice Hill suffered a lower leg injury at Thursday's practice, a source said Monday.

Hill tore an Achilles tendon, a source told ESPN, confirming an initial report by NFL Network. The veteran had just returned to practice last week after missing the last two preseason games with an ankle injury. The Achilles injury was on a different leg.

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

The Ravens worked out Le'Veon Bell, Devonta Freeman and Elijah Holyfield on Monday.

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

The Ravens have led the NFL in rushing the past two seasons.

Hill, 23, was a Ravens' fourth-round pick in 2019. He has rushed for 285 yards and two touchdowns in 28 career games.