What comes next for the 37-year-old Suggs, who played his first 16 seasons only for the Ravens but has now played for three teams in two years, remains undecided.
And with the victory parade scheduled for Wednesday, celebration is still in the future, right along with that impending decision.
"Everybody told me like, 'Yo, Sizzle, you may have picked up a lottery ticket.' I was real reluctant, real nervous about joining the team and wasn't sure I was going to fit in," Suggs said via Sportsnet's Arash Madani. "Coach [Andy] Reid assured me."
Obviously, Suggs' NFL days are nearing their end. Whether that occurred on Sunday remains to be seen in the offseason.
A seven-time Pro Bowler who's now a two-time Super Bowl winner, Suggs posted two tackles and a quarterback hit in the Chiefs' 31-20 championship triumph over the 49ers. In two regular-season games with the Chiefs, Suggs garnered one sack, putting him at 139 for his career and in eighth place on the all-time list, within half a sack of Jason Taylor in seventh and 2.5 sacks away from sixth-place Michael Strahan.