First off, a devastating injury for a jovial, interesting guy. That's tough to see, and while there's going to be some righteous indignation about Terrell Suggs daring to (reportedly) play pickup hoops in the offseason, it's unwarranted. It's perfectly natural for him to use basketball as part of his training. He could have just as easily suffered the same injury doing plyometrics work. Without Suggs, the Ravens' defense will be much more static. Suggs was a big-game, big-play leader. The Ravens play at a different -- championship -- level when Suggs is on (think Pittsburgh.) And certainly they'll miss that. But they also have nobody to even come close to holding Suggs' place on the line. The pressure on second-round pick Courtney Upshaw just increased 100 fold, and new defensive coordinator Dean Pees -- who has been in that spot before -- will need to shape the unit.