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Terrell Suggs hasn't been seen by the Baltimore Ravens in weeks

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The Baltimore Ravens have had a 2015 season to forget so far, as they find themselves with a lowly 1-6 record after the first seven games of the new campaign.

The Ravens struggle started in their very first outing of the season, as they lost starting defensive tackle and talisman Terrell Suggs for the entire year after the big man suffered a torn Achilles tendon against the Denver Broncos in week one.

AWOL Terrell

Baltimore have another problem with Suggs, nobody has seen or heard from him in weeks.


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According to a report from Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun, no one from the organization has heard from Suggs in weeks.

However, it seems like Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is fairly laid back about it all, saying that he’s not worried about his star pass rusher's absence.

Rehabbing Alone

“If I saw Siz, I would tell him to come and see me every once and while so we can talk,” Newsome said. “With the surgery, it was going to take to three weeks before they start ramping up the rehab even a little bit."

“If there were any problems with him rehabbing or him not being where he was supposed to be, then I am sure our medical staff would let us know. But Siz has been down this road before, he knows what it takes to come back. I’m sure he’ll be ready to go next season.”

While there are a number of players who do prefer to be on their own when they rehab, a team that is struggling as badly as the Ravens are could do with one of the biggest personalities on the roster to be in the locker room and providing any help that he can.

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