Report: After 16 seasons, Ravens legend Terrell Suggs to leave team to play in Arizona

Posted at 6:34 PM, Mar 11, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-12 07:48:52-04

BALTIMORE (WMAR) — The Baltimore Ravens and their fan base may soon be saying goodbye to their longest tenured player.

Ian Rappaport of the NFL Network is reporting that free agent linebacker, Terrell Suggs, is expected to sign with the Arizona Cardinals.

Suggs would join fellow veterans Eric Weddle and Joe Flacco as the latest Raven to change teams in recent weeks, under the watch of newly promoted General Manager, Eric DeCosta.

Since being drafted by the Ravens in 2003, Suggs has made the Pro Bowl seven times, won Defensive Player of the Year twice, and accrued 132.5 sacks, tied for 13th of all time. He was also a major contributor during the teams 2012-2013 Super Bowl Championship season.

In signing with the Cardinals, Suggs would return to the state where he played collegiate ball at Arizona State.

The Ravens could soon lose yet another member of their number one ranked defense. Linebacker CJ Mosley remains on the free agent market, and there is a chance he too may choose to play for another franchise next season.