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By Matt Vensel | November 9, 2011
The most famous student of Ball So Hard University strutted in front of a throng of reporters Wednesday. And naturally, he wore a black Ball So Hard University T-shirt as he explained where his school spirit came from. "A lot of guys on this team attended Ball So Hard University, including myself," Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "The dean of students and president of the school is actually Shawn Carter," better known as Jay-Z. Suggs created an internet sensation before Sunday night's 23-20 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers when he said his alma mater was “Ball So Hard University” as the Ravens defense was introduced in a NBC graphic.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2014
When the Ravens' pass rushers went after Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton on Sunday, they got stonewalled by his blockers. The Ravens finished with zero sacks and zero quarterback hits in the 23-16 defeat, as Dalton had plenty of time to operate. The Ravens play the Pittsburgh Steelers tonight at M&T Bank Stadium and will need to generate pressure against star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. "Yeah, we got to do a better job of trying to get to him," said outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil,  who had one tackle in the opener.
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Sun Staff Reports | May 4, 2012
Ravens coach John Harbaugh made his first public comments this afternoon about Terrell Suggs' injury. Harbaugh was among those who gathered today at the Fallen Heroes Memorial at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. Harbaugh's quotes are courtesy of WJZ-TV: INITIAL THOUGHTS ON THE INJURY Harbaugh: "He will be okay, Terrell Suggs will be fine. He will be back. He will go to work on that rehab like no other. He will continue to be a huge part of what we are doing, continue to be a leader and then the young guys will step up. They will step forward, and you are a football team first, you are a team, team is not one guy. " HIS REACTION WHEN TERRELL CALLED HIM Harbaugh: "My heart went out to Terrell because he was so down about it,  it was so hard for him to actually spit out what had happened.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2014
Joe Flacco and Ray Rice arrived in the Ravens' organization in the same 2008 draft, and they've been two of the primary faces of the offense for the past six seasons. Flacco acknowledged that he saw the video of Rice striking his then-fiancee, Janay, in the elevator of the casino. The video led to Rice's release yesterday. “I don't think there's not really too much more you can say about it,” Flacco said. “Obviously, it doesn't paint a good picture of who Ray is as a person.
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By Mike Preston | May 3, 2012
Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs spoke about the injury to his Achilles tendon and his expectations as to when he'll be able to return. On the nature of the injury: "I've already been to see two different doctors. One says it is a partial tear, one says it is a full tear. I don't know what the hell is going on. I've been in contact with the Ravens, and there will be a procedure done Tuesday to correct the problem. " On how he suffered the injury: "The injury did not occur while I was playing basketball.
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By Edward Lee | November 22, 2012
Several Ravens players like quarterback Joe Flacco, right guard Marshal Yanda and strong safety Bernard Pollard spoke glowingly Wednesday of re-acquainting themselves with San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson, who spent his first nine seasons in Baltimore before signing with San Diego on March 17 as a free agent. But no player arguably misses Johnson more than outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, who, like Johnson, was drafted by the Ravens in 2003. Suggs, the rambunctious pass rusher, and Johnson, the cerebral run stopper, made an odd couple, but they were the closest of friends in the locker room.
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By Kevin Cowherd | October 22, 2012
We all wrote the guy off. Me, the rest of the Baltimore media and a ton of Ravens fans, judging by the talk shows and message boards. No way would Terrell Suggs play against the Houston Texans, we all said. He's coming back too soon from that partially-torn Achilles tendon. He's only had three days of practice. There's a bye week coming up. What's the point of him rushing back? We all said that, in one way or the other, all week long. Shows what we know. I still don't know why he was out there, but Suggs had himself some day in that debacle against the Texans.
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October 22, 2012
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs proved again on Sunday that it's a risky business betting against a special player when he sets his mind to something. He said months ago that he would return earlier than prescribed from Achilles tendon surgery, and he did just that against the Houston Texans. It's still fair to debate whether returning before the bye week was the smartest thing to do on the heel (see what I did there) of such a serious injury, but Suggs did it and played surprisingly well under the circumstances.
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By Matt Vensel | December 5, 2012
Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs majorly impacted the Ravens defense after his improbably quick recovery from a torn right Achilles tendon. Now he is vowing to play through a torn right biceps at some point this season. The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year tore a muscle late in the team's 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Ravens feared the injury could be season-ending, but Suggs said Wednesday that he will be back at some point -- maybe as soon as this weekend -- and that shutting it down was not an option.
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By Matt Vensel | November 25, 2011
The Ravens tied a franchise high with nine sacks in the Thanksgiving night win over the San Francisco 49ers. Terrell Suggs had three of them, inspiring Sizzle to tell CSN Baltimore, "I eat these QBs, Anthony Hopkins. "
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
Terrell Suggs remembered last offseason going by like a blur. There was the parade and various celebrations and appearances. The trip to the White House and the Super Bowl XLVII ring ceremony were in early June and about six weeks later, the Ravens were back at the team facility for training camp. That period tends to drag, especially for a veteran like Suggs. But as he recalls, last year's training camp didn't last long enough. "Last year, I'll be totally honest with you, I kind of felt like we ran out of time," Suggs said.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Derek Waters, a Lutherville native, is the mind behind Comedy Central's hit show "Drunk History," and presumably tapped into his own sports background to get ready for this week's Sports Heroes episode. The online outtakes for the episode include a clip of Waters training with Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, and Suggs did what Suggs is known to do. He made me laugh. In the video, Suggs tells Waters that swagger is the most important thing in football, and being tall and dark-skinned would help him with that.
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Mike Preston | August 14, 2014
The Ravens' running back situation has progressed better than most expected throughout training camp, but few can predict how it will unfold during the 2014 season. Veteran Ray Rice is listed as the starter but he will be suspended for the first two games. Third-year player Bernard Pierce will take his place, and even though Rice is expected to return as the starter, what happens if Pierce has two dominating performances? Pierce, after all, is a better fit for the Ravens running game than Rice.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
At last year's training camp, much was said and written about the louder and bolder  Joe Flacco . He verbally sparred with  Terrell Suggs  and other Ravens defensive players. He got on officials for not calling pass interference. He loudly encouraged his receivers and celebrated touchdown passes. It was all part of the narrative of Flacco, armed with a Super Bowl ring and the richest contract in franchise history, growing into the Ravens' undisputed leader and the face and voice of the franchise.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2014
Some of our representatives in Congress have started to weigh in on the NFL's decision to suspend running back Ray Rice for only two games, as if they don't have enough to do already. There is fighting the Middle East, a confrontation in Ukraine, immigrants illegally crossing our borders by the thousands and veterans not getting their benefits, and our legislators are coming down heavy on the NFL and the Ravens about the Rice suspension. If anything, they should work to improve our justice system, which did absolutely nothing to Rice.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun and By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
Setting the scene: Ravens players took the field just before 8:30 a.m., wearing shorts and shells. The noncontact workout ended around 11:30 a.m. It was a relatively quiet and uneventful practice, with the players undoubtedly appreciating the overcast skies and mild temperatures. Not just a punter: The Ravens have long considered Sam Koch one of the best athletes on the team, and he showed Friday that there was more in his repertoire than just punting. With Justin Tucker getting the day off, Koch and rookie punter Richie Leone were given opportunities to kick field goals.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Derek Waters, a Lutherville native, is the mind behind Comedy Central's hit show "Drunk History," and presumably tapped into his own sports background to get ready for this week's Sports Heroes episode. The online outtakes for the episode include a clip of Waters training with Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, and Suggs did what Suggs is known to do. He made me laugh. In the video, Suggs tells Waters that swagger is the most important thing in football, and being tall and dark-skinned would help him with that.
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By Matt Vensel | November 28, 2011
The Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday night were featured on NFL Network's “Sound FX,” which gave viewers new audio and video of the Ravens' Harbaugh Bowl win from Thanksgiving night. This may come as a shock, but Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs noticed that the cameras were rolling. There were many entertaining highlights, but my favorite was Suggs going nuts about tight end Dennis Pitta, who moved the chains with a diving third-down catch on the team's game-deciding touchdown drive.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
Veteran left tackle Eugene Monroe and cornerback Jimmy Smith were the Ravens' only new absentees at practice Friday, while wide receiver Steve Smith was present at practice but had the day off. Meanwhile, five players who missed Thursday's practice were back in action: nose tackle Haloti Ngata, linebacker Terrell Suggs, wide receiver Jacoby Jones, running back Justin Forsett, and wide receiver Jeremy Butler. Butler was the only one who missed because of an injury, while the other four were given days off to rest.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2014
Kyle Juszczyk trudged off the Ravens' practice field as a rookie fullback a year ago, thoroughly frustrated after a training camp blocking drill in which he was stonewalled repeatedly by linebackers and safeties. In the middle of Juszczyk's unconvincing audition as an inexperienced lead blocker, veteran rush linebacker Terrell Suggs shouted that Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome needed to bring back Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach. Three days later, Leach was signed to return as the Ravens' starting fullback.
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