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Terrell Suggs not ready to make decision about his future

Terrell Suggs not ready to make decision about his future

There haven't been many players ready to make such a binding decision about their future after winning the Super Bowl. Former Baltimore Raven Terrell Suggs wasn't going to be one of them. 

The Kansas City Chiefs won their second-ever Super Bowl over the 49ers Sunday and the midseason acquisition wasn't ready to rule out a return to the playing field next season. It was also Suggs' second-ever Super Bowl victory. 

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Suggs, who won his first Super Bowl with Baltimore in 2012, played 16 seasons terrorizing opposing quarterbacks in the AFC North, making the Pro Bowl seven times and one First-Team All-Pro selection in 2011.

After being waived by his hometown Cardinals during the regular season, the Chiefs picked him up before the playoffs in mid-December. He recorded one sack for the Super Bowl champs, recording two tackles and a quarterback hit to help Kansas City lift the Lombardi Trophy. 

At 37 years old, one has to wonder how much Suggs has left in the tank. If he does decide to retire this offseason, he will go out on top. 

One thing is for sure - he'll always be remembered as a Raven. 

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Watch Ravens receiver Willie Snead propose to his girlfriend

Watch Ravens receiver Willie Snead propose to his girlfriend

Willie Snead isn't afraid of big moments. Whether it's making a key catch on third down to keep a drive alive, or extending his block to spring a big run, he's always in the right place at the right time.

He's also not afraid to go to his knees to make a catch. Or, it turns out, to pop the question. 

Snead took advantage of his time at home to propose to his girlfriend, getting down on one knee during a Frozen-themed birthday party.

Much like his quarterback Lamar Jackson, Snead also seems to prefer the flip-flop look during the offseason, which has to be more comfortable than cleats. And of course, it would be easy to miss Snead in the video without his trademark hair.

The Ravens receiver caught 31 passes for 339 yards and five touchdowns in 2019, and is signed through the 2020 season.

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Ravens make stadium lights red, white and blue to honor front-line workers

Ravens make stadium lights red, white and blue to honor front-line workers

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Ravens shifted from their signature purple stadium lights to show the front-line workers how much they appreciate what they're doing.

The incredible gesture is just one of many by the organization.

The Ravens and The Stephen and Renee Bisciotti Foundation combined to support four non-profits and have donated $1 million to help aid the fight against coronavirus, the team revealed in a statement on March 20. 

The four organizations are the Fund for Educational Excellence, the United Way of Central Maryland, the Baltimore Community Foundation and the Maryland Food Bank.

"We want to help those in our community who are most affected by the COVID-19 crisis," Ravens president Dick Cass said, according to a statement through the team. "We chose to donate through these four organizations because we are confident they will apply our funds quickly and directly to people in need.”

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