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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is a married man.
Suggs posted the announcement with a photograph of himself and longtime girlfriend Candace Williams on his Facebook page, The Baltimore Sun reported.
"Last night I married my best friend and the love of my life," Suggs wrote. "Our son gave her away and our daughter looked like a miniature version of my beautiful bride as she stood next to her. I'm a lucky, lucky man. Thank you God for all of your blessings and for showing me such amazing favor."
Suggs' publicist confirmed the couple got married in a small ceremony of about 30 people.
Suggs and Williams applied for a marriage license in Maryland recently while resolving issues related to Williams filing for a temporary protective order on Nov. 20.
She had alleged a domestic violence incident in early September, but filed no charges, the paper reported. Williams voluntarily withdrew the filing, which alleged the former Pro Bowler punched her in the neck and dragged her alongside a car he was driving while their children sat inside, on Tuesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court during a joint court appearance.
Baltimore County police said two 911 calls were placed from Suggs' address on Nov. 21. However, no reports were taken.
Suggs issued a statement last week through his publicist: "The personal issues that the two of us have faced recently have been addressed in a responsible and adult manner and have been resolved. I am certain that we will get through this matter and move forward as a happy family."
Suggs' status is listed as questionable for Sunday's NFL game vs. Denver.
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According to BaltimoreRavens.com, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs married his long-time girlfriend Candace Williams on Friday night.
Suggs announced the news with a post on Facebook
“Last night I married my best friend and the love of my life. Our son gave her away and our daughter looked like a miniature version of my beautiful bride as she stood next to her.
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The Baltimore Ravens do not plan to activate Ray Lewis from the injured reserve list. Lewis has been out since Oct. 14 with an injury to his triceps.
While Lewis has practiced this week signs point to the Ravens waiting until Week 16 to activate their defensive leader. The Ravens will be without Jameel McClain (neck) while Dannell Ellerbe (ankle) is questionable.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis' triceps injury is on the mend, but he's going to need at least another week before he sees any action, according to both ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Sal Paolantonio.
The deadline to activate him is 4pm Saturday, and the team isn't waiting up until the very last minute to make their decision.
Lewis has been out since week 6 and...
Knowshon Moreno just completed one of the most athletic runs we have seen all season. What started off looking like a standard run up the middle ended up being an insane hurdle over Ravens safety Ed Reed.
Moreno is a guy who has become known for his athletic, showstopping plays. This one might take the cake. Ed Reed, seeing the hurdle coming, stood up to nearly full height. This...
The Ravens decided not to activate linebacker Ray Lewis by Saturday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline, which means he’s not going to play against the Broncos on Week 15, per Adam Schefter.
Ravens do not plan to activate LB Ray Lewis by 4 pm and plan is to hold him out another week, via SalPal.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)
December 15, 2012
According to multiple reports, Lewis tried...
According to Michelle Beisner of the NFL Network, the Baltimore Ravens do not plan on activating linebacker Ray Lewis for tomorrow’s game against the Broncos.
According to @ravens, there are no plans to activate Ray Lewis to 53 man roster for Sundays game vs @denver_broncos. He has a triceps injury
— Michelle Beisner (@MichelleBeisner) December 15, 2012
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Injured Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis won't play Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
Lewis has been sidelined since tearing his right triceps on Oct. 14 against the Dallas Cowboys. The 17-year NFL veteran was eligible to come off the injured reserve-designated to return list on Sunday, but the Ravens did not move him to the active roster before Saturday's deadline...
Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw an interception that was returned for a 98 yard touchdown in today’s game against the Denver Broncos. In the video you can see the only player remotely close to catching Chris Harris is Flacco himself, but even he falls short.
The Broncos beat the Ravens 34-17.
Video via The Big Lead
With the Broncos up big Sunday in Baltimore, Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta boosted his stat line with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns.Fantasy Spin:Pitta produced a career-high 125 yards receiving Sunday against Denver. His seven touchdown catches this season (also a personal best) ranks fifth among NFL tight ends.
Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis (triceps) will not be activated from injured reserve this week against the Broncos. SOURCE: Michelle Beisner, NFL Network.Fantasy Spin:Lewis has been on IR for eight weeks and is first eligible to return in Week 15. However, the Ravens are not planning on making the veteran available. There should be absolutely nothing deterring you from playing Peyton...
A pair of Baltimore Ravens players were forced out for the remainder of the game with concussions.
Starting wide receiver Torrey Smith and running back Bernard Pierce both suffered head injuries against the Denver Broncos today at M&T Bank Stadium.
Smith got hurt following a long reception in the third quarter.
Smith has one catch for 14 yards today and Pierce has rushed...
Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno displayed his athleticism by hurdling right over Baltimore Ravens safety (and future NFL Hall of Famer) Ed Reed during Sunday's NFL game at M&T Bank Stadium.
As of this writing, Moreno has 13 rushes for 74 yards, including that impressive run.
H/T Big Lead.
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The mounting frustrations of a third consecutive loss were on display during and after the Ravens' 34-17 defeat to the Denver Broncos.
That included Ravens Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed slamming his helmet to the ground after he and cornerback Cary Williams allowed a touchdown pass to Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker. Then, Reed booted his helmet soccer-style with the helmet...
It was a rough afternoon for the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens were blown out by the Denver Broncos 34 – 17. One of the highlight plays of the afternoon was Knowshon Moreon hurdling over Ed Reed. The Broncos have won an NFL best nine straight games. gifs via Die Hard Sport