Baltimore Ravens star outside linebacker and long time linchpin Terrell Suggs was reportedly arrested early Friday morning in his home-state, Arizona. The Baltimore Ravens have released a statement on the incident. “Terrell made us aware of the situation and we are looking into it,” stated Ravens Senior Vice President of Public & Community Relations Kevin Byrne. Suggs was arrested Early Friday Morning, after being involved in a single vehicle collision. Nobody was injured during the incident, and Suggs was co-operative with the officers that were called to the incident. Upon checking his designation, it was found that Suggs was driving on a suspended permit due to speeding tickets, and was placed under citation by the Scottsdale Police department. A spokesperson for Suggs was clear that Suggs was released after citation, and that he was happy for the judicial process to take place whilst he took time to fix his licence issues. This isn’t the first time that Suggs has been in trouble with the law, having had two protection orders put in place against him by his now Wife, for domestic incidents in 2007 and 2012. Each time, Suggs had charges and protection orders dropped against him, and even a $70M lawsuit after they agreed to reconcile. The Ravens elected to keep him on the roster during these incidents. The 6 time Pro-Bowl Linebacker, and 2011 Defensive player of the year wasn’t the only Ravens player to get in trouble in the past. Several arrests during the 2014-2015 period saw the Ravens depart with players for several incidents. Releasing players such as Cody, Hampton, and Pierce for offences including DUI and animal cruelty. Is this latest minor incident going to be the straw that breaks the camel’s back? Will the 33 year old line-backer, coming back from achilles surgery which saw him miss the end of the season, be able to ride this one out? Only time will tell.