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When the Ravens’ training camp opened, they didn’t get much sleep.
There was no team-wide team photo, no official fan meeting.
That left Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs to make the most of his time in training camp, which ended with a practice in which Suggsy ran out the clock with the ball on his left hand.
The Ravens took advantage of his short attention span.
“The one thing I’ve learned from my time in the NFL, is that I don’t think about the team,” Suggis said.
“I just want to be a good teammate and be a big brother.”
Suggys first game back after missing the first 10 games was Sept. 13 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The following day, he had a chance to be on the field for the team’s first game in four weeks.
“It was really, really cool to have that first time out there,” Sudds said.
But the next few weeks, the Ravens saw a dip in play.
Suggies numbers dipped to 13 tackles and two pass breakups.
“My hands were down and I couldn’t really move,” Siggs said, “so I just kind of had to do my best.”
Ravens coach John Harbaugh and the team made sure to keep Suggles out of trouble.
“We wanted him to be out there and compete and be successful,” Harbaugh said.
Suddis played a key role in helping the Ravens win the NFC North in 2017.
“There’s a lot of guys who have been in this position that we can learn from, because they’re still playing, they’re healthy and they’re having success,” Suckys coach said.
With the Ravens in the midst of a three-game losing streak, the question is whether the veteran linebacker will get another chance.
“Right now, I don