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Ravens rule out Terry, Figurs for Sunday

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -The Baltimore Ravens officially ruled out starting offensive tackle Adam Terry and return specialist Yamon Figurs for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.

With Terry sidelined with a sprained right knee and lateral meniscus issue and right offensive guard Marshal Yanda out for the season with three torn ligaments, former second-round draft pick Chris Chester will start at right guard.

Four-time Pro Bowl lineman Willie Anderson will start his second consecutive game at right tackle.

Figurs has a knee contusion. Candidates to fill his spot include safeties Jim Leonhard and Ed Reed, wide receiver Mark Clayton, and running back Ray Rice. Although Reed is listed as questionable with a tweaked hamstring, coach John Harbaugh expressed optimism that he would play.

``It's been a real minor deal all week, so he's going to be ready to go,'' Harbaugh said.

Meanwhile, nickel back Fabian Washington (dislocated right shoulder) is expected to play after sitting out last week's 31-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

I'll be surprised if Fabian doesn't go,'' Harbaugh said.He looks strong.''

Wide receiver Demetrius Williams (ankle) is questionable.

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