Terrell Suggs Possible Bicep Injury From Giants Game

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Multiple sources are reporting that Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs suffered an arm injury during Sunday’s game against the Giants, and is being investigated for damage to his biceps.

The Ravens are reporting are their website that the 14-year vet hurt his left arm while sacking quarterback Eli Manning in the fourth quarter. Suggs was immediately came to the sideline after the play to get attention from the medical staff.

Suggs and Coach John Harbaugh both said they’re not sure how serious the injury is.

ESPN.com reports a source tells them Suggs’ injury is not considered season-ending at this point, the source said, and Suggs still wants to play.

Suggs has torn biceps in the past, during the 2012 season, but played through the injury.

Update: Suggs tore his right biceps on Sunday against the Giants, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The 14-year veteran appeared to suffer the injury while sacking quarterback Eli Manning in the fourth quarter.

The injury is not considered season-ending at this point, the source said, and Suggs still wants to play.

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