Terrell Suggs isn’t thinking about his NFL future yet
NFL veteran Terrell Suggs won a Super Bowl ring with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The 37-year-old linebacker had spent his first 16 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before signing a one-year, $7 million deal with Arizona Cardinals before being waived by the team in December.
The Super Bowl LIV champions would end up picking up the veteran where he played with the team for the last five games.
Now a 17-year NFL veteran and two-time Super Bowl champion, Suggs hasn’t done much thinking about his future.
“I don’t know. Tomorrow will come, we ain’t gonna worry about it. . . . We ain’t gonna make no decisions tonight,” Terrell Suggs said via Mike Cugno of CBS Miami.
In five games with the Chiefs, Suggs recorded seven tackles, four quarterback hits and one sack. In Sunday’s big game, Suggs played 33 snaps and recorded two tackles and a hit on San Fransisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
The Chiefs secured a victory on Sunday by scoring 21 unanswered points after being down 20-10 in the fourth quarter.
The win marked the first Super Bowl victory for the franchise since Super Bowl IV in 1970.
In Terrell Suggs’ career, the 6-foot-3, 265-pound pass rusher has compiled 895 tackles, 202 tackles for a loss, 139 sacks and 37 forced fumbles.
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