2010: (16/16, 2/2) Earned his fourth Pro Bowl nod after recording 58 tackles (38 solo), a team leading 11 sacks (-73 yards), 2 PD and 2 FFs
2009: (13/13, 2/2) Finished sixth on the team with 58 tackles (41 solo), 5 PD, 4.5 sacks (-33 yards), 1 FF and 1 FR for a squad that ranked second in the AFC and third in the NFL in overall defense, despite missing three games with a knee injury
2008: (16/16, 3/3) Earned his third Pro Bowl nod after finishing third on the team with a career high 102 tackles (62 solo), a team-leading 8 sacks (-69.5 yards), 11 PD, 2 FFs, 1 FR and tied his career high with 2 INTs, both of which he returned for TDs (44 and 42 yards respectively) for the NFL's second-ranked defense...Ravens finished 2008, not allowing a 100-yard rusher in 35 consecutive games
2007: (16/16) Finished fourth on the team with 95 tackles, including a team-leading 5 sacks (-34 yards)...He also recorded 7 PD (tied a career high) and 1 FF
2006: (16/15, 1/1) Named to his second Pro Bowl after posting 86 tackles, including 63 solo...Also tied for third on the team with 9.5 sacks (-64.5 yards), 7 PD, 3 FFs and 2 FRs
2005: (16/16) Finished fifth on the team with 86 tackles (65 solo), 8 sacks (-64.5 yards), 6 FFs, 1 FR, 3 PD and a career-high 2 INTs
2004: (16/16) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl berth after leading the team with 10.5 sacks (third in the AFC)...Recorded 72 tackles, had 1 FF and recovered 2 more
2003: (16/1, 1/1) Finished fourth in the AFC and eighth in the NFL with a franchise rookie-record 12 sacks...Totaled 33 tackles, 6 FFs, 4 FRs, 3 PD and 1 INT in 2003...Became just the second Raven (Peter Boulware – 1997) to earn Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year honors... Also earned Defensive Rookie of the Month (September)
Shattered school, conference and NCAA single-season records with 24 sacks in 2002...One of the most dominant pass rushers in the history of college football, Suggs entered the draft after his junior season...His career totals of 44 sacks and 65.5 TFL set school records...Started 34 of 36 games over his 3-year career at Arizona State, amassing 163 tackles (109 solo), including 44 sacks, 14 FFs, 3 FRs, 2 INTs and 9 PD...Consensus All-American and first-team All-Pac 10 Conference selection as a junior…Recipient of the Bronko Nagurski Award (nation's top defensive player), Lombardi Trophy (nation's top lineman) and Morris Trophy (Pac-10's top lineman)…Also named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year...Winner of the Hendricks Award, given to college football's premier DE and voted team MVP…Started every game at DE as a junior and recorded 73 tackles (44 solo)…Set school, conference and NCAA single-season records with 24 sacks, topping the previous school and conference marks of 19 by Al Harris (Arizona State) in 1978 and 17.5 by Syracuse's Dwight Freeney in 2001...His 31.5 stops for losses broke the previous conference mark of 28 by Stanford's Ron George in 1990...Second-team All-American selection by The NFL Draft Report, third-team All-America from Football News and a first-team All-Pac 10 choice as a sophomore...Named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year...Football News first team Freshman All-American and third-team Freshman All-America selection by The Sporting News...Secondary education/history major.
High School, Personal
Parade All-American in 2000 and Gatorade Arizona Player of the Year at Hamilton (Chandler, AZ) HS...Rated the No. 6 player in the Far West and the No. 3 Athlete in the Western region by PrepStar...Named to the All-American team and Arizona Player of the Year by USA Today…Ranked the 60th-best player in the nation by The Sporting News...Made second team All-West Team by The Orange County Register...Rated the No. 19 player on the Western Region Super 30 by SportsLine/PrepStar...Arizona 5A Player of the Year by the Phoenix Metro...Arizona Player of the Year by Super All-State ‘99...Member of the first-team offense on the Super All-State 1999...First-team All-State and All-Region...Rushed 297 times for 2,274 yards and 26 TDs...Transferred from Chandler (AZ) HS, where he was a blocking back and LB...Set the school record with 367 rushing yards and 5 TDs in a single game...First in the state in rushing yards (2,274), third in TDs (26) and fourth in scoring (156)...Once scored 4 TDs and had 205 yards in three quarters...Lettered three times in football, three times in basketball and once in track and field...Is also a movie aficionado, with a TV, DVD player and sound system in his locker...Suggs co-wrote and produced "When Beautiful People Do Ugly Things," a short film that was shot in Baltimore and was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in France in May 2011.
Annually hosts the "Team Sizzle Worldwide Celebrity Weekend," a charitable event to benefit the William E. Proudford Sickle Cell Fund...Inspired by a chance encounter with a teen who suffers from sickle cell anemia, Suggs' charitable focus is on funding research efforts and care for those who have the disease...Continues to support his alma mater, Hamilton (AZ) HS, and has provided uniforms, cleats and gloves to the football team...Supports the Ravens' charitable initiatives, including the Countdown to Kickoff Barbeque and A Purple Evening, in addition to various teammates' events (e.g. former Ravens T Jonathan Ogden's An Evening Ringside).
The focus is on new players, but its Suggs and Ngata who must be at their best for everything to work.
Friday night's celebration represented the final event for the Super Bowl XLVII champions.
Plus Clash of the Titans video, Suggs ready to beat Peyton, Broncos have any weaknesses?
Terrell Suggs returned to the practice field in Owings Mills and he's clearly put in offseason work
Ray Lewis, Joe Flacco and Terrell Suggs share the emotions they felt upon opening their Super Bowl XLVII rings.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs talks about the emotions of winning Super Bowl XLVII and gives his opinion on quarterback Joe Flacco's contract situation.