Some big changes for the Baltimore Ravens are underway as the free agent period begins.
After having previously lost Joe Flacco and Eric Weddle via a trade and free agency, respectively, two more big pieces of the team have found new homes.
Terrell Suggs, who until this point played all 16 seasons of his NFL career with the Ravens, is now a member of the Arizona Cardinals on a 1-year deal.
Perhaps just as surprising, linebacker C.J. Mosley has signed a five-year, $85M contract with the New York Jets.
Following the end of the 2018 season, both players insisted their desire to play their entire careers with the Ravens, but it seems apparent that money speaks louder than words.
Suggs was the Ravens first round pick in 2003, going 10th overall. In his 16 seasons with the team, Suggs racked up 7 Pro Bowl appearances, was a First-Team All-Pro in 2011, was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 and was with the team for their 2012 Super Bowl.
Mosley was also a Ravens first round pick, being taken 17th overall in 2014. In his five seasons with Baltimore, Mosley made four Pro Bowl appearances and was a four-time Second-Team All-Pro player.
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