Terrell Suggs has pleaded not guilty to a pair of misdemeanors in Arizona.
Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs has pleaded not guilty to failure to notify after striking a fixture and driving with a suspended license at the time of his one-car accident in Arizona on March 5, according to ESPN.
Suggs has endured legal problems before. In 2003, Suggs was hit with felony aggravated assault for hitting a man with a rod when he was a rookie with the Ravens, per the Baltimore Sun. Suggs was eventually cleared of charges. In 2009 and 2012, there were domestic abuse allegation made against Suggs, although no charges were ever filed.
Suggs, 33, is trying to get his life back on track in more than just the current legal situation he faces. The All-Pro is trying to get back on the field after tearing his Achilles tendon for the second time in his career, this time doing it in Week 1 last season against the Denver Broncos.
The Ravens have to be concerned about the nonsense Suggs always seems to be involved with. The potential Hall of Famer is signed through the 2018 season and because of dead money against the salary cap, the Ravens are bound to Suggs at least through 2017.