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The Cardinals are expected to sign OLB Terrell Suggs when free agency opens Wednesday, according to multiple reports. Despite turning 36 in October, Suggs never saw much of a playing-time dip in Baltimore and appeared in all 16 games each of the past 2 years -- 15+ games in 5 of the past 6 seasons. He figures to join the edge rotation for an Arizona defense that's switching back to a 3-4 base under new DC Vance Joseph in 2019. We'll see whether the Cards retain free-agent DE/OLB Markus Golden, or if they signed Suggs to simply replace him.

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Cardinals OLB Terrell Suggs is active for today's game against the Bengals. He has been dealing with a back injury, which makes him a risky IDP play. There is upside for deep leagues, though.

Cardinals OLB Terrell Suggs is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals. A back issue kept him out of practice Thursday and Friday. HC Kliff Kingsbury indicated that missing the game is a possibility, according to USA Today's Cards Wire. It sounds like Suggs will be a game-day decision. We've moved him down the LB rankings for the week on the uncertainty. It remains an upside matchup, though.

Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns. He finished the week with a full practice, though, and tends to play through "questionable" tags.

Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs is questionable for Sunday night's game at Pittsburgh with a knee injury. Suggs missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before returning to a limited workout Friday. We'll check on his status Sunday evening.

The Ravens got OLB Terrell Suggs on the practice field Monday for the 1st time since he suffered a torn left Achilles' tendon in last season's opener, according to The Baltimore Sun. That's good news for the Baltimore defense. It's tough to trust the 33-year-old as an IDP target this season, though. Suggs tore his right Achilles' back in 2012. He did return to post 10 sacks in 2013 and 12 in 2014 before last year's injury, but we'll need to see how the veteran looks now before considering him more than a late matchup option in deep fantasy football drafts. The Baltimore D, meanwhile, continues to wait for OLB Elvis Dumervil to return from his offseason foot surgery.

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