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Terrell Suggs admits it ‘didn’t take much’ to sign with Chiefs

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Terrell Suggs once again finds himself close to another Super Bowl ring after joining the Kansas City Chiefs late in the season. But if you ask him, he wouldn’t be able to imagine that he’d be in this kind of situation when he was cut from the Arizona Cardinals at the end of the season.

Terrell Suggs revealed that he tried returning to the Baltimore Ravens as they were the heavy favorites to win the Super Bowl. He wanted to join them so badly that he even threatened to not to report to teams not named the Ravens if they picked him.

However, he eventually made the right decision as the Chiefs took a chance on him and he showed up.

Per Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams:

“It didn’t take much convincing,” Terrell Suggs said, via Dave Skretta of the Associated Press. “This team is pretty vet-savvy. Having been in this position a few times, you learn more from failure than you ever would from success. I think that the things that have happened in years past kind of prepared this team for the task that it took. It also doesn’t hurt to have the reigning MVP, and definitely the best tight end in the game, on your team. Once they got rolling and clicking on all cylinders, we got to have fun out there.”

Terrell Suggs has since become a solid part of the Kansas City locker room. Now that he has a chance to win another Super Bowl ring with the Chiefs, he’ll be eager to leave it all on the field.

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