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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs will travel with the team to Houston to face off against the Texans on Sunday.
Even though Suggs is making the trip, he’s not expected to play. It looks like he won’t be ready to go until after the Ravens’ week 8 bye.
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According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is expected to play in tomorrow’s game against the Texans.Suggs was activated to the Ravens’ active roster today and linebacker Sergio Kindle was cut.With Suggs likely playing, I wouldn’t expect him to get more than 15 snaps.
When it comes to the age-old question, "trick or treat," one can assume Terrell Suggs would opt for "trick."
Ravens sideline reporter Gerry Sandusky -- yes, with a "G" -- was filming one of his weekly segments when Suggs surprised him with a running hug that might as well have been a tackle. After all, Suggs is 260 pounds.
Six months after sustaining a torn Achilles tendon on the basketball court, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs will suit up and play against the Houston Texans, the team announced.
Suggs, who was placed on the non-football injury list in April, has participated all week in practice and it was expected that he would make his return. It couldn't come at a better time.
Earlier today we mentioned that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs expects to play this Sunday against the Texans.According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the Baltimore Ravens don’t have a specific plan as to when linebacker Terrell Suggs will return to the field.“Suggs is taking his rehab “day by day,” according to a source with knowledge of his condition and...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs returned to practice this week and is preparing for a return on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter.
Suggs tore his Achilles in April but has recovered quickly enough to possibly play Sunday in Houston. If there are no setbacks before the game he might take the field.
However, Ravens insider Aaron Wilson wrote that a source told...
Ravens defensive end Terrell Suggs has been downgraded to a game-time decision Sunday against Houston. Suggs (Achilles) was activated from the team's physically unable to perform list on Saturday.Fantasy Spin:We assumed the activation meant Suggs would play but apparently that's not necessarily the case. If Suggs sits, Albert McClellan would likely get the start in his place.
With Ray Lewis possibly gone for the rest of the season, the Baltimore Ravens will have to hope that linebacker Terrell Suggs will be able to fill in for his absence.
Suggs hasn't played a game this season due to a tore Achilles tendon but it believed that he might play against the Houston Texans later today.
During the week, Suggs decided to play a prank on Ravens reporter...
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs Not Expected To Play Sunday -
Updating a previous story, NFL Network and the Baltimore Sun are reporting that the Ravens do not expect OLB Terrell Suggs (Achilles’) to return this week. Ultra-reliable Adam Schefter’s earlier reporting is being called into question. It sounds like Suggs expects and wants to play, but the Ravens intend to hold the reigning...
Check out the video of Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs pretending to tackle a reporter.
Rumors of OLB Terrell Suggs coming back from his Achilles rehab to bolster the Ravens' run defense against the Houston Texans are circulating around Baltimore and the NFL as of the Friday before game time. Personally I would not count on Suggs being even close to ready to be activated. But he did have a limited practice on Wednesday and another on Thursday. I guess we won'...
Baltimore Ravens (5-1) at Houston Texans (5-1)
This is a very interesting game for a number of reasons. The most obvious is Baltimore’s injuries. This line was at -4 a week ago, but because of Baltimore’s injuries, it’s shifted 3 points, even though Baltimore won and Houston got blown out at home. In spite of that, we still are getting a slight public lean on Houston. Houston...
When the schedule was released way back in April, I, along with quite a few others, circled this game on the schedule as a tough one for the Ravens. That was assuming good health for Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed and Haloti Ngata among others. Now, this game could be a blowout.
Fortunately for the Ravens, I don’t think they will get blown out. Joe Flacco and the offense play...