Steal of Draft Could Replace Ravens' Suggs

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When the Ravens traded back from the first to the second round last week and still managed to get Alabama outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw, it might have been the steal of the NFL draft.

A week later, it might turn out to be the deal that saved the 2012 season.

Word came out from The Castle on Thursday that Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, might have either a partial or full torn Achilles tendon which could sideline him four to six months.

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