Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs
is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins, the Ravens announced.
Suggs was listed as questionable with a torn biceps.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said during the week that Suggs "held up real well" in practice but did not indicate if he would play or not, according to ESPN.com.
The Ravens continue to be without linebacker Ray Lewis
with a triceps tear. Sunday's game is the first one in nine years that the Ravens are without Lewis and Suggs.
Baltimore's other inactives include cornerback Jimmy Smith, linebacker Dannell Ellerbe
, defensive tackle Bryan Hall, offensive lineman Ramon Harewood
, tight end Ed Dickson and wide receiver Deonte Thompson.
Rookie Courtney Upshaw starts in place of Suggs and reserves Albert McClellan and Brendon Ayanbadejo
will fill in for Lewis and Ellerbe.
The Ravens have the 23rd-ranked run defense in the NFL and face the Redskins' Alfred Morris, who has run for 1,106 yards with six touchdowns this year.
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