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Reed & Suggs Talk Injuries & Texans

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Injured or not Injured? That is the question…

Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has spent the whole regular season recovering from a torn Achilles, he suffered in April. There were some reports that he might play against the Texans. When he addressed the media, he refused to confirm those reports -claiming he is “day to day” and does not expect to play Sunday. Suggs added: “I DO NOT have family that will be at the in Houston “. When he does return to the field and play for Ravens, Suggs will definitely add a much needed spark to the defense that the team needs, especially after losing Lardarius Webb and Ray Lewis due to injury season ending injuries. This is the 1st time Suggs has spoke since the off-season. Take a glimpse:

WATCH VIDEO: Terrell Suggs On Injury

Safety Ed Reed is not concerned about his torn labrum in his shoulder. “We knew it’s nothing to worry about,” Reed said. “It is what it is. The last few weeks I’ve been dealing with it. I’m not a pitcher, I’m not throwing anything.” During the Cowboys game, Reed did show signs that his shoulder might be bothering him when he missed a couple of tackles. Reed, a future Hall of Famer also spoke about the absence of Ray Lewis and how his role might change. “I am not putting any more pressure on myself than going though this season already, and we already have guys that on our team that know they have to step up. Even though he might be on the field his presence off the field will be there and he can make an impact that way.” The Ravens defense, which has taken a battering the last two weeks, will be tested against the 5-1 Texans. Their final game before the bye week and a chance to go 6-1 for the 1st time in club history.

WATCH VIDEO Ed Reed Talks

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