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Terrell Suggs reiterates his belief he has plenty of football left

5/16/2018 10:13:22 AM
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Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs spent part of an hourlong fan forum call with M&T Bank Stadium permanent-seat license holders Tuesday night waxing nostalgic about his 15-year career, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

He reminisced about the lessons he learned from Ray Lewis, the team’s goal-line stand to win Super Bowl XLVII and all the great players he called teammates. But when Suggs was asked a question about whether he and quarterback Joe Flacco have peaked or will they remain strong parts of the team for years to come, the brash linebacker reiterated that he’s not thinking about the end of his career.

“To be totally honest with you, I don’t see my peak in my near future,” Suggs said. “The answer to your question is yes. We’re definitely going to be two major, key parts of the leadership on this team. We also have other leaders, but from an offensive and defensive standpoint, absolutely. We take that very seriously. We take pride in that. We’re looking forward to doing some special things this year.

“I’ve said this before: It’s a trip to get to do it all again. I love playing ball. I love being Sizzle. When the time comes for me to just be a full-time dad, a full-time actor, writer, director, producer, I will do all that. But right now, it’s flock. Go flock, Ravens nation.”

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