Baltimore Ravens veteran linebacker Terrell Suggs was arrested in Arizona early this morning, according to TMZ.
Per TMZ’s sources, Suggs was booked a 2:03 a.m. and “released on citation” at 3:21 a.m., and was at a Scottsdale bar at the time of the arrest.
Suggs, who Baltimore drafted 10th overall out of Arizona State in the 2003 NFL Draft, has been one of the Ravens’ unquestioned leaders on defense and has made six Pro Bowl squads. He was named Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 and has a Super Bowl Ring.
The 33-year-old also has managed 729 career tackles, 106.5 sacks, 27 forced fumbles and even seven interceptions in his career, making him a surefire bet for the Hall of Fame once he retires.
Suggs tore his Achilles in last year’s season opener against the Denver Broncos, but made it clear he would be back in 2016. It is not yet known why he was arrested, but hopefully it is not for something that will get him suspended under the NFL’s personal conduct policy.
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