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NFL News: Terrell Suggs May Force his Way Back to Baltimore

16-year veteran considering not reporting to any other team that claims him

Terrell Suggs was waived by the Arizona Cardinals on Friday in a surprise move, per Adam Schefter. He will be on waivers until Monday at 4 p.m. ET but according to Schefter, the 17-year-veteran plans to only report to the Baltimore Ravens, the team he spent the first 16 seasons of his career with.

Schefter reported that Suggs would be owed $350,000 for the remaining two games of the season by any team that claims him, but he “doesn’t care about that money; he cares about returning to Baltimore, which is his overwhelming preference.”

Suggs was named to seven Pro Bowls and selected First-Team All-Pro as a Raven from 2003-2018. He started 213 out of 229 games for Baltimore over a period of 16 years in which he had 854 tackles, 132.5 sacks, and 33 forced fumbles.

Although Suggs has made his desire to return to Baltimore known, Schefter questions if any contending teams that need help in the pass rush would disregard his wishes and claim him anyways.

“The answer will come sometime Monday afternoon,” Schefter reported.

Written by Andres Soto

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