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Suggs Has Torn Biceps, May Not Be Season-Ending

Suggs May Still Be a Go for Sunday

Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs  has a torn biceps muscle, according to multiple reports.

He suffered the reported tear late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 23-20 loss to the Steelers. He left the game, headed to the locker room and didn’t return.

Suggs tweeted yesterday at 5 p.m. that he is getting a second opinion on the severity of the injury and urged his followers to remain calm.

This injury is not necessarily a season-ending one, and Head Coach John Harbaugh told reporters he is “encouraged” it isn’t a long-term injury, but doesn’t know for sure just yet.

Some players have played with torn biceps and don’t miss any games.

Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby has been playing with a torn biceps this season, and Washington defensive ends Andre Carter and Phillip Daniels played with torn biceps in 2009.

So right now it looks like Suggs may be a game-time decision for this Sunday.


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