Martindale began his weekly session with media by extending “thoughts and prayers” to the victims of a shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen on Thursday morning. “I think it’s a tragedy,” he said. “We don’t know the ins and outs of what happened, but we’ve seen the news, just like, probably, the rest of you have. It’s a situation that happens too much, it seems, here of late. The timeline on it is yours to put on it, but it just seems like it’s happening too much.” … Count outside linebacker Terrell Suggs as someone who is excited about former middle linebacker Ray Lewis’ anticipated appearance for Sunday’s game, when he will be honored as the team’s Legend of the Game and presented with his Hall of Fame ring in an on-field ceremony at halftime. “He’s definitely the Maximus of Baltimore in the arena with you,” said Suggs, who played 10 of his 16 seasons with Lewis. “So that’s definitely going to fire us up. It’s going to be awesome.” Speaking of Suggs, Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller put himself in the group of young players who looked up to the 16-year veteran. “Especially me growing up, it was Terrell Suggs, [the Dallas Cowboys’] DeMarcus Ware, [the Indianapolis Colts’] Dwight Freeney, [the Colts’] Robert Mathis — that was my era growing up,” Miller said in a conference call with Baltimore media. “Those were the guys I would watch. Terrell Suggs is definitely a legend. We’ve got to get him to come to the Pass Rush Summit. If you’re in the Ravens’ locker room, give him an invitation for next year.” … The Ravens are the 14th-most valuable NFL franchise, according to the latest Forbes valuations. At $2.59 billion, they are just $5 million above the No. 15 team, the Pittsburgh Steelers ($2.585 billion). The Cleveland Browns ($1.95 billion) and the Cincinnati Bengals ($1.8 billion) are Nos. 29 and 30, respectively.