Suggs left the field clutching his right arm late in the fourth quarter and didn't return. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said after the game that the severity of Suggs' injury wasn't immediately known.
Suggs declined to comment on the injury following the game, but the franchise's all-time sacks leader told reporters that he’ll “be all right” as he walked out of the team’s locker room.
"I don’t know everything that is wrong with him, but I saw him going off and I kind of shook my head," safety Ed Reed said. "You hate to see that for anybody, but for Suggs to battle the way he did to get back and to have something like that, hopefully, it’s just minor. But, when I saw that I hate to see him go down like that.”
Suggs made a faster-than-expected recovery from a torn Achilles tendon earlier this year when he only missed the first six games of the season. He's looked heavy and less explosive this season, which is why he's only had two sacks in six games back.
But, with the losses of linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Lardarius Webb, the Ravens can't afford to lose a leader like Suggs. His status will likely get updated at Harbaugh's 4 p.m. news conference.