Terrell Suggs to Sign With Cardinals After 16 Seasons with Ravens

Terrell Suggs to Sign With Cardinals After 16 Seasons with Ravens

He's instead expected to sign with the Arizona Cardinals as an unrestricted free agent, per Ian Rapoport.

He was drafted with the 10th overall pick by the Baltimore Ravens in 2003, and has remained with the team ever since. He returns to Arizona where he played high school and college football. In the 13 seasons, Suggs has played in at least 15 games, he's amounted to at least seven sacks in every season but one. "He's a guy that means a lot to our franchise, I think as a player, but also as a leader".

"I would love to be a Raven for life", Suggs said after Baltimore's playoff loss to the Chargers on January 6. "I'm healthy, and I still feel like I have some juice in the tank". I would love to be a Raven for life. We'll have to see what happens.

At outside linebacker, the Ravens are particularly thin in the wake of Suggs' decision to leave. "Hopefully we can work it out, but if not, I'm going to be lining up for somebody next year".

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Suggs leaves behind a rich legacy with the Ravens.

The former Arizona State standout is one of the best pass rushers the National Football League has seen in the past two decades. He registered 34 combined tackles, seven sacks, six passes defensed, and a forced fumble through 16 starts with the Ravens in 2018.

NFL.com ranked Suggs as the No. 42 best available free agent.

Suggs will get a chance to return to M&T Bank Stadium as a member of Cardinals, though.

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