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|Dec. 5 10:43 AM PT11:43 AM MT12:43 PM CT1:43 PM ET18:43 GMT2:43 AM 北京时间11:43 AM MST1:43 PM EST12:43 PM CT22:43 UAE13:43 16:43 - Suggs is active for Sunday's game against Denver.
Analysis: Suggs suffered a torn right biceps two weeks ago against Pittsburgh. Suggs also missed the season's first six weeks with a torn Achilles tendon.
|Oct. 31 10:17 AM PT11:17 AM MT12:17 PM CT1:17 PM ET17:17 GMT1:17 AM 北京时间10:17 AM MST12:17 PM EST11:17 AM CT21:17 UAE13:17 15:17 - Suggs didn't rush his return from a torn right Achilles tendon just to prove he has remarkable recuperative powers.
Analysis: Only 5 1/2 months removed from surgery, Suggs returned on Oct. 21 to face the Houston Texans. He registered four tackles, a sack and batted away a pass in a 43-13 defeat.
|Oct. 17 10:13 AM PT11:13 AM MT12:13 PM CT1:13 PM ET17:13 GMT1:13 AM 北京时间10:13 AM MST12:13 PM EST12:13 PM CT21:13 UAE13:13 16:13 - Suggs, the 2011 NFL defensive player of the year, returned to practice Wednesday for the first time this season after missing months with a torn right Achilles tendon.
Analysis: Suggs is still favoring his right leg, so the Ravens aren't expecting much from him too soon.
|Aug. 27 11:17 AM PT12:17 PM MT1:17 PM CT2:17 PM ET18:17 GMT2:17 AM 北京时间11:17 AM MST1:17 PM EST1:17 PM CT22:17 UAE14:17 17:17 - Suggs is active Sunday against the Houston Texans, and Baltimore plans to use him in a limited rotation in hopes he doesn't suffer a setback in his recovery form a torn right Achilles.
Analysis: The notion of Suggs playing in Houston seems far-fetched, given that he practiced for the first time Wednesday after undergoing surgery in May on his torn right Achilles tendon. The Ravens also have a bye next week, which would enable Suggs further time to test the injury and get into football shape. However, the Ravens decided to let him play.
|June 14 11:53 AM PT12:53 PM MT1:53 PM CT2:53 PM ET18:53 GMT2:53 AM 北京时间11:53 AM MST1:53 PM EST1:53 PM CT22:53 UAE14:53 17:53 - Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has backed away from his assertion that he will return from a torn right Achillies tendon in November, but insists he will play in 2012. He also dismissed reports that the injury occurred while he was playing basketball.
Analysis: Suggs had surgery on May 8. He recently discarded his crutches and now walks in a protective boot. Appearing at the Ravens' final minicamp session Thursday, Suggs said of his predicted November return: "Maybe we were shooting too far." He later added, "I'm not a doctor. I will be in a Baltimore Ravens uniform in 2012. The only question is when." The 29-year-old Suggs had 14 sacks last season and was voted The Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year.
|June 8 12:53 PM PT1:53 PM MT2:53 PM CT3:53 PM ET19:53 GMT3:53 AM 北京时间12:53 PM MST2:53 PM EST2:53 PM CT23:53 UAE15:53 18:53 - Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says linebacker Terrell Suggs will get his entire $4.9 million salary in 2012 regardless of how he tore his Achilles tendon.
Analysis: Suggs sustained the injury in April. He says it happened while he was running through a conditioning drill, but several witnesses say he was hurt playing basketball. The owner says, "It gets pretty boring in the weight room. He wasn't kite boarding. If he's playing basketball, that's great."
|May 8 6:02 PM PT7:02 PM MT8:02 PM CT9:02 PM ET1:02 GMT9:02 AM 北京时间6:02 PM MST8:02 PM EST8:02 PM CT5:02 UAE (+1)21:02 0:02 - Suggs had surgery repair a torn Achilles tendon Tuesday and is expected to make a full recovery. The Ravens didn't indicate whether Suggs will be able to play this fall, or if it was a full tear or partial tear.
Analysis: Suggs suffered the injury in a conditioning workout in Arizona during the NFL draft. Suggs has said that he expects to return later in the season. The Ravens are expected to line up second-round pick Courtney Upshaw at Suggs' rush linebacker spot and have Paul Kruger take over at strongside linebacker, Jarret Johnson's former position.
|May 3 7:36 AM PT8:36 AM MT9:36 AM CT10:36 AM ET14:36 GMT10:36 PM 北京时间7:36 AM MST9:36 AM EST9:36 AM CT18:36 UAE10:36 13:36 - Suggs will have surgery for a partially torn Achilles tendon, an injury he insists will not keep him sidelined for the entire 2012 season. The injury occurred in Arizona while Suggs was practicing for an upcoming conditioning test, he said Thursday in a text message.
Analysis: Suggs, the AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2011, is expected to have surgery as soon as next week. A torn Achilles tendon usually requires a lengthy rehabilitation program, but Suggs has no intention of sitting out the year.Asked if he will play in 2012, he responded, ""Absolutely," and projected his return to occur in late October or November.
|Feb. 4 4:03 PM PT5:03 PM MT6:03 PM CT7:03 PM ET0:03 GMT8:03 AM 北京时间5:03 PM MST7:03 PM EST6:03 PM CT4:03 UAE (+1)19:03 22:03 - Suggs, the most dynamic player on the Ravens' staunch defense, has won the 2011 Associated Press NFL Defensive Player of the Year award.
Analysis: Suggs had 70 tackles, including 14 sacks, and was a threat all over the field from his hybrid linebacker-end position. He also forced seven fumbles and had two interceptions.
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