Previous reports indicated Suggs would more than likely retire if the Ravens didn't claim him following his release from the Cardinals.
Now, Suggs is reportedly on his way to his third team and second team this season after the Cardinals chose to waive the pass rusher last Friday.
According to multiple reports, the Chiefs claimed defensive end Terrell Suggs off waivers.
Four teams placed waiver claims on Suggs, including the New Orleans Saints, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks, Rapoport adds. Kansas City had the worst record of that group and was awarded him.
Longtime Baltimore Ravens pass rusher Terrell Suggs had previously spent his entire National Football League career as a member of the AFC North franchise.
Perhaps Suggs will be intrigued by the opportunity to make a late-season run with the Chiefs, a legitimate Super Bowl contender who could possible meet the Ravens at some point in the playoffs. His 138 career sacks ranks 9th in NFL History. Clark is second on the Chiefs with six sacks; Kpassagnon is fifth with four. Demone Harris, who was recently signed to the active roster from the Ravens' practice squad, also logged 27 snaps in his absence.
Suggs could help fill that void.
In a reported mutual parting, Suggs was released last week with 5 ½ sacks and 37 tackles through 13 games. He needs two more sacks to pass Jason Taylor for seventh most since sacks became an official stat in 1982.
Information from ESPN's Adam Teicher and The Associated Press was used in this report.