Report: ‘Very real possibility’ Terrell Suggs leaves Ravens
There is expected to be a very competitive market for pass-rushers when NFL free agency begins, and Terrell Suggs is among the players teams will be trying to sign. The 36-year-old proved in 2018 that he is still capable of being very productive, which could result in him pricing his way out of Baltimore.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that there is already a good market forming for Suggs, and there is a “very real possibility” that he could end up leaving the Ravens.
A market is definitely forming for Terrell Suggs. Very real possibility he is not back in Baltimore next season
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 5, 2019
Suggs has missed just one game since 2012. He had seven sacks last season and 11 the year before, so it’s no surprise teams want to add him to their defensive front. Suggs’ 132.5 career sacks rank 13th all time in the NFL, and he needs just five more to break into the top 10.
The Ravens reportedly have interest in bringing Suggs back, but some recent comments he made indicated that may not be in the cards. Suggs was drafted by the Ravens with the No. 10 overall pick in 2003 and has played all 15 of his NFL seasons in Baltimore.