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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs suffered an upper arm injury in the Ravens 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He reportedly has a right torn biceps, and told Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun, "We'll see, maybe. Maybe not," when askied if he will play Sunday against the Washington Redskins.
Suggs has emphasized that he is seeking a second opinion.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Suggs will be further evaluated this week to determine the severity of the injury.
“We don’t know the extent of it,” Harbaugh said. “We have an idea what it is. It needs to be evaluated as far as coming back and possibly playing this week or not. We just have to see where it is at and we should know by [Tuesday] or Wednesday what it is.”
Harbaugh added: “I think we are encouraged that it may not be [long-term],” Harbaugh said. “We’ll just have to see. If I knew that for sure, if I could say that for sure, I would. I just can’t right now but we have some encouragement there.”
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Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told the media today that linebacker Terrell Suggs has a serious biceps tear, but the good news is that can be played with.
Terrell suggs has a serious biceps tear that could be played with per john harbaugh
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) December 5, 2012
If Suggs does play with a torn biceps muscle, it will be interesting to see how...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs still has to decide whether he’ll play this week after tearing his biceps muscle last week.
“I haven’t ruled [playing this week] out of my mind yet, but I think definitely I will continue to line up at some point this season,” Suggs said, per the Baltimore Sun. “It all depends on when it starts to get better and how much I can really...
Linebacker Ray Lewis returned to practice with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday, a major step in his return from a torn right triceps. Lewis remains on injured reserve-designated to return, and is eligible to play in a game as soon as Dec. 16 against the Denver Broncos. The Ravens are 4-2 during Lewis' absence, and he has spent the bulk of the time away from the team rehabbing...
Another Harbaugh, another handshake issue. This time, though, it was Ravens head coach John Harbaugh who got into it with the opposing coach during the handshake. Even though Harbaugh came over to congratulate Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, Tomlin looked as though he was going to run right off the field without speaking to Harbaugh following the teams 23-20 victory.Harbaugh made...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has a biceps injury and there’s a chance it could be torn.
Terrell Suggs has biceps injury. Concern it could be torn but Suggs tweeted he’s getting 2nd opinion. Suggs expected to miss some time but not season-ending.
I’m not sure why Schefter is saying Suggs’ injury isn’t season-ending when...
In case you turned off the Steelers-Ravens game after the final whistle, you might have missed this post-game exchange between head coaches Mike Tomlin and John Harbaugh.
After coming out on the losing end of a hard-fought 23-20 battle against their division rivals, John Harbaugh swallowed his pride and stepped toward midfield to congratulate Tomlin on the win...
The Pittsburgh Steelers had just upset the Ravens in Baltimore with a third string quarterback. And then this happened following the game.
Meeting on the field after the game Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and Ravens head man John Harbaugh shared what can best be described as an awkward handshake.
There have been plenty of odd handshakes over the years so maybe we are just reading...
Ed Werder of ESPN.com reports that LB Ray Lewis is expected to return to practice Wednesday.
Lewis suffered a triceps tear a few weeks ago and was subsequently placed on injured reserve with a designation. There were some reports last week that mentioned that he could be back in time to play against the Broncos in Week 15, so this news seems to suggest that it’s still a possibility...
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Below are the coverage stats for the Pittsburgh Steelers following their 23-20 win Sunday over the Baltimore Ravens. The completion percentage of 48% is outstanding and the 5.70 yards per attempt was great as well. In the two meetings with the Ravens this season quarterback Joe Flacco was 36-of-66 (54.5%) for 352 yards (5.3 YPA) with 1 TD 1 INT and was sacked 5 times.