Terrell Suggs won't take up a roster spot for Baltimore, as the Ravens have moved him and wide receiver David Reed to the physically unable to perform list with the team needing to trim its roster to 75 by Monday's 4 p.m. deadline. This means Suggs will be inactive for at least the first six weeks of the season.
Along with nine cuts made Sunday afternoon, the Ravens still needed to trim six spots, which they did by adding four players to the injured reserve list -- meaning they can't play in 2012 -- and Suggs and Reed to the PUP list.
Suggs is out indefinitely with a partially torn Achilles tendon, but hopes to return to the team sometime this year, although the timetable for that return is unclear. The linebacker and five-time Pro Bowler hasn't participated in any part of training camp, leaving one of the league's premier defensive units without one of its key players. If and when he is removed from the list, Baltimore will have to cut another player.
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