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Come next season, the Ravens might have to get used to life without linebacker/defensive end Terrell Suggs, since they have only one franchise tag and three guys (Suggs, Ray Lewis, and Bart Scott) preparing to hit the open market if they aren’t re-signed. The Ravens might have to get used to live without Suggs even earlier than that, if the shoulder he injured against the Titans on Saturday won’t allow him to play in Pittsburgh this coming Sunday. Per Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times (he’s also been known to go slumming these days with less reputable Internet-only publications), Suggs says he’ll be able to play. But coach John Harbaugh is less optimistic. “I’m not going to sit here and say it’s positive, or we’re happy about it,” Harbaugh said Monday, after Suggs had an MRI exam of the injured shoulder. “We’ll just see how it goes. It’s going to be close. He’s going to work real hard to try to get back. That’s all we know.” To keep Suggs out, however, the Ravens might have to physically restrain him. “Check my track record, I don’t miss games,” Suggs said Saturday, after a game in which he didn’t return after suffering the injury. “The only way I wouldn’t be there is if I didn’t have air in my lungs. I’m playing. It’s nothing. What did I tell y’all? I don’t even feel it now.”