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Terrell Suggs Acts Like a Kid at Baltimore Ravens Photo Day

John DegrooteCorrespondent IIDecember 26, 2016

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs made a triumphant return to the field Sunday against the Houston Texans, despite his team losing 13-43.

Suggs tore his Achilles tendon in late April, but looked like his old self on the field Sunday. ‘T-Sizzle’ had four tackles, one pass deflection, two quarterback hits and a sack in his 2012 season debut.

Most people wrote Suggs off. In only three days of practice he looked slow and overweight.

However, Sunday he looked anything but that. Just ask Matt Schaub, who looked like a deer in the headlights, before hastily jumping out of the way, while attempting to block Suggs on a reverse.

Suggs has also looked like his old, goofy self away from the playing field. 

Monday, the Ravens posted a bunch of behind the scenes shots from the team's photo day to their official Facebook account, and Suggs looked like a restless Pop Warner player who drank one too many energy drinks.

Suggs’ on-field persona makes his antics even more hilarious.

One of the most feared linebackers in the NFL prancing around, 'photo bombing' defensive backs and dancing around in teammates' jerseys is completely hilarious.

Suggs and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata even switched jerseys for the Ravens' official team photo.

I guess Suggs has a lot of pent-up energy after sitting out the first part of the season with an injury.

The Ravens have a bye this week, leaving more time for Suggs to maybe go to a laser tag arena or bounce castle party.

The team returns to action Nov. 4 against the Cleveland Browns.

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