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6 months agoBaltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs (hamstring) and cornerback Tavon Young (groin) were among three players that did not practice on Wednesday as the team prepares to play a critical Week 17 game against the Browns. Suggs, who has said that he has no plans of retiring after this season, needs to play one more game to surpass Ray Lewis as the all-time leader in games played in Ravens history. The 36-year-old is not only the team's emotional leader, but he is still very productive as he has registered seven sacks as well as team-high 13 tackles for losses. Meanwhile, Young has had a quality season as the team's third cornerback. It will unquestionably hurt the league's No. 1 defense if either/or both players must miss the game. However, the Ravens have enough depth to compensate for the possible losses. John Brown (hamstring) is the other player that did not participate in practice.--Daniel Benjamin - RotoBaller
Source: Baltimore Ravens

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