Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is one of the few people who witnessed outside linebacker Terrell Suggs’ growth from an early stage, having attended Suggs’ pre-draft workouts at Arizona State. But the former Ravens defensive coordinator said Suggs, who is now tied with former Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Derrick Thomas for 16th in NFL history in sacks with 126 ½, should be recognized more for his mental acumen. “There’s no question about it that he doesn’t get enough credit for that,” Lewis said Tuesday. “Believe me, I make our people well aware of his football intelligence because I’ve witnessed [it] year after year. I see him play 16 games a year because even if we’re not preparing for them, I’ve seen their tape throughout the season looking at our other opponents. So I see how football smart he is and as he applies what they do to the opponent week in and week out.” … Although all three running backs totaled only 74 yards on 24 carries against the Bills on Sunday, each player found the end zone, and Allen said all three backs are willing to share snaps and touches. “We all eat,” said Allen, who gained 17 yards on four attempts. “No matter who it is, when you go in there, you’re that guy. So this is your opportunity to go in there and make something happen, which we all did. I’m excited for what the future holds.” … Former Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken signed with the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday after working out for the team, according to the agency that represents him. Two more former Ravens players in wide receiver Breshad Perriman and linebacker Albert McClellan reportedly worked out for the Eagles.