Breaking News: Baltimore Ravens Legend Breaks Silence After Police Say He pulled gun And Threatened…

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) takes to the field before an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

After police claim he grabbed a pistol and threatened to murder a guy at Starbucks, a legend of the Baltimore Ravens speaks up.

The renowned defender for the Baltimore Ravens, Terrell Suggs, has spoken out after it was reported on Wednesday that he was taken into custody in Arizona for allegedly threatening to murder someone last month while brandishing a revolver.

According to CBS Sports, the 41-year-old former all-star pass rusher has been charged with assault and offense against public order. According to the website, Suggs appeared in court on Wednesday, and a judge issued an order for his supervised release.

“I was in a Starbucks drive-thru near my home in a quiet area of Scottsdale in the middle of the day when an incident with a vehicle behind me happened,” Suggs told TMZ. “I wasn’t looking for trouble; I was just getting coffee.” I was afraid for my safety as I had no idea why the man in the other car escalated the issue. I was the one who felt threatened during the whole thing, worried about being followed home, and concerned about my family’s safety close by at my house.

Despite being a legend for the Ravens, Suggs is from Arizona, attended Arizona State for his college career, and played for the Arizona Cardinals for a season after leaving the Ravens, as CBS notes.

According to police, on March 10, Suggs clipped a car behind him while driving through a drive-thru and placed his Range Rover in reverse. A violent argument allegedly broke out, during which Suggs is said to have “flipped off” the other motorist.

According to USA Today, Suggs then threatened to murder the driver, saying, “I’ll kill your (expletive) (expletive.” Then, they claim, he took out a pistol and drove off. The other motorist claimed to feel frightened, although Suggs never waved the pistol at him, according to criminal documents obtained by USA Today.

As CBS points out, Suggs is from Arizona, went to Arizona State for his undergraduate career, and spent a season playing for the Arizona Cardinals after leaving the Ravens, despite being a legend for the team.

On March 10, while passing through a drive-thru, Suggs, according to the police, struck a car behind him and put his Range Rover in reverse. After a supposedly heated altercation, Suggs is accused have “flipped off” the other driver.

The driver was then allegedly threatened with death by Suggs, who reportedly said, “I’ll kill your (expletive) (expletive.” — USA Today. Then he pulled out a revolver and drove off, they said. According to criminal records acquired by, Suggs never brandished the weapon at the other driver, who claimed to be afraid.

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