For most of his 10-year NFL career, Terrell Suggs has been the life of the party, a voluble, disruptive and often uproarious presence in the Baltimore Ravens' locker room and in opposing backfields.
So it's odd to see Suggs, the Ravens' star pass rusher and reigning NFL defensive player of the year, looking suspiciously like a low-key dude happy to have scored a courtesy invitation to the Rager in the Rockies — or whatever you want to call Saturday's AFC divisional-round playoff game between the Ravens and Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
For Baltimore to have a chance to upset the top-seeded Broncos, winners of 11 consecutive games, having Suggs bear some resemblance to his havoc-wreaking, pre-2012 self would be a huge boost. To be fair, given that T-Sizzle has fought through a pair of serious injuries that would sideline most players, his mere presence on the field is somewhat of a shocker.
Yet if the Ravens hope to reach their second consecutive AFCRead More »from Ravens need Terrell Suggs to regain his 'sizzle' against Peyton Manning, Broncos