Ravens safety Ar’Darius Washington broke his leg in practice on Wednesday and will miss the rest of the season, coach John Harbaugh said.
Washington, an unfinished rookie out of TCU, played three games, including the team’s 16-13 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Although he only stood for seven defensive snaps, he was a substitute in both safety and slotted corners, and his injury further reduced the Ravens’ secondary depth. Marlon Humphrey was the only member of the team’s usual cornerback rotation to miss practice time over the past week due to injury.
In more positive injury news, Harbaugh said rookie outside linebacker Dallin Hayes would return to practice soon and could play again this season. Hayes suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 3 against the Detroit Lions and later required a cleaning procedure in his knee, Harbaugh said.
The Ravens announced that MTA light-rail service would not be available from 9:30 p.m. until the end of Sunday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Riders who leave the game early will be directed to take supplemental express and local shuttle buses departing from Lot C outside M&T Bank Stadium. Light-rail service will reopen at the end of the Games and will be available for one hour after the end of the Games.