Suggs is another guy who has been snake-bitten with injuries this season, but it sounds like he’ll be on the field when the Ravens take on the Redskins this weekend.

According to SI.com Suggs is battling a torn right biceps which he suffered in the fourth quarter of a 23-20 loss to the Steelers on Sunday, but he still may play this weekend.

The veteran linebacker has already missed the first six games of this season with a torn right Achilles tendon, but since his return he’s managed to accrue 19 tackles along with two sacks over the last six games.

His status for this weekend isn’t a definite, but he’s reportedly a ‘game time decision’.  Considering they’re battling a player like Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III, it wouldn’t surprise anyone to see him out there.  However, Suggs says he won’t play if he doesn’t feel like he’s truly able to help his team win.

“I don’t want to be out there and can’t make a play because I’m unhealthy and I don’t have a full biceps,” said Suggs. “It’s more if I will help us or hinder us by playing.”

The Ravens currently lead the AFC North with a record of 9-3 on the season heading into this weekend, two games ahead of second place Pittsburgh and Cincinnati – who are both 7-5.