"Obviously, in no way do I want to diminish the fact of losing Terrell — he's a great player. When Ray left, that was hard. When Ed left, it was [hard]. It is hard when they all leave … or in Suggs' case, getting hurt," defensive coordinator Dean Pees said. "But I also don't want to diminish the opportunity that it is for our guys to raise up and find other leaders. And everybody's got to take a part in this. It is not one guy that's going to come up and say, 'OK, well, I'm going to be Suggs.' Everybody has to be their own personality; we've got to do it collectively as a defense and as a coaching staff, too. We've got to do our part. We've all got to rise up and just play a little harder and do a little more."