Terrell Suggs won't be shocked if Le'Veon Bell plays vs. Ravens Sunday
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Terrell Suggs won’t be shocked if Le’Veon Bell plays vs. Ravens Sunday

Le’Veon Bell still hasn’t returned to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has an interesting theory on what might happen.

The Steelers and Ravens are set to play for the second time this season on Sunday. These two teams have a heated rivalry that goes back decades, and the Baltimore bested Pittsburgh with a 26-14 victory last time around. However, their roles have reversed. The Ravens were at the top of the AFC North the last time they met, but now the Steelers have claimed the lead. Pittsburgh has won three straight games, while Baltimore has dropped their last two. Terrelle Suggs wants to be prepared for anything, especially the unexpected return of Le’Veon Bell.

“In this day and age, I wouldn’t be surprised at anything. Le’Veon might report on Saturday, show up to the hotel and now we have a whole different slew of problems,” Suggs told ESPN reporter Jamison Hensley.

Even if Bell did report Saturday, it’s unclear whether or not the Steelers would be comfortable enough to play him. While he has been under their system for a few years, he hasn’t played one NFL game this season. His replacement James Conner is doing an amazing job filling in, and he earned AFC Player of the Week honors for his two-touchdown performance against the Cleveland Browns in Week 8.

Terrell Suggs realizes that Le’Veon Bell is still an amazing talent, and the Ravens won’t take him lightly moving forward.