Cardinals’ Terrell Suggs all business in return to Baltimore
Terrell Suggs spent 16 years in Baltimore, but coming into Sunday’s game he wasn’t sure how he’d feel.
Ahead of the 23-17 loss to the Ravens, it appears that the first-year Arizona Cardinals pass-rusher didn’t host a reunion with his former teammates.
ESPN reporter Jamison Hensley noted that Suggs walked off the field immediately after finishing pregame warmups.
On Friday, Suggs knew the storyline heading into his former team.
“I think we’re all clear that for three hours come Sunday, I am their opponent, they are my opponent,” Suggs said Friday.
Suggs did take the time to acknowledge the fans when he took the field ahead of kickoff as they greeted him with cheers.
After the game, Suggs said it was good to be back, but it was the weirdest thing he’s been a part of.
“It’s good to be back in a stadium that I played in for the majority of my career,” Suggs said.
Suggs said he felt the love from former teammates and fans alike.
“I understood the business at hand. They wanted to show their appreciation, but they were still cheering against me.”
Even after the game, Ravens fans cheered as Suggs walked off the field.
Suggs finished the day with three total tackles.