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Latest Terrell Suggs Items
As a 20-year-old fresh out of college, Terrell Suggs never intended to spend his entire NFL career with one team.
Frantically trying to protect a slim lead late in the fourth quarter, the Baltimore Ravens' pass rushers let Ryan Tannehill slip away to throw for a big gain. The next time they made sure he didn't escape.
After 17 seasons and two Super Bowl titles, linebacker Ray Lewis retired. The Ravens allowed Ed Reed to sign with Houston in free agency. In total, eight starters are gone from the championship team.
Scenes and observations from the NFL's annual Super Bowl media day _ interviews with players and team personnel from the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers on the field at the Superdome:
The Baltimore Ravens' reputation for trash-talking arrived at the Super Bowl before they did.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs respects and understands President Barack Obama's opinion about the dangers of football _ and hesitation about having a child play.
As Terrell Suggs made his way to his seat for his first media appearance of Super Bowl week, a member of the Baltimore Ravens' PR staff pointed at the linebacker and whispered to a colleague: "I think somebody should be here."
Baltimore overcame an assortment of injuries and obstacles to return to the AFC championship game, one victory from reaching the Super Bowl.
It seems almost impossible to imagine the Ravens without Ray Lewis, who has anchored Baltimore's renowned defense ever since the team came into existence.