The Baltimore Ravens linebacker made an impressive comeback from surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon, but he was noticeably heavier and slower on the field.
His production didn't lie. A year after piling up 14 sacks and winning Defensive Player of the Year honors, Suggs finished with two sacks in eight regular-season games.
"I told my team that last year I kind of took it for granted that we got to work together," he said. "It's really flattering that I get to go out and practice with the guys in June."
Physically, Suggs now looks more like the dominant player the Ravens remember. Suggs "attacked" the offseason, and he looks noticeably slimmer. He won't say how much weight he's lost, but the goal is to regain the quickness that helped make him become one of the NFL's most dominant defenders.