When the Baltimore Ravens concluded a three-day set of OTAs on Thursday, Terrell Suggs was no where in sight.
Suggs, who told Jamison Hensley of The Baltimore Sun that his disappointing performance last season (4.5 sacks after signing a six-year, $62.5 million extension) will “never happen again,” hasn’t attended any voluntary workouts during the offseason. He did attend the team’s mandatory minicamp in May.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh elected not to rip Suggs when asked about the voluntary absences, taking the high road by telling reporters he’s in wait-and-see mode.
“We’re not with him, so I can’t vouch for anything he’s doing or not doing,” Harbaugh said. “I think Terrell has got a good heart. I think he’s a hard worker. I think he’s very motivated to have a great season. Him not being here through the OTAs… We’ll just have to see. We’ll just have to see how he comes back during training camp, and how he does, but I would expect a very motivated Terrell Suggs in training camp.”
The Ravens are scheduled to hold their final two days of voluntary workouts before training camp next week.