Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs was ordered to give up personal firearms as part of a domestic case with his girlfriend.
Suggs’ attorney, Warren Alperstein, said Candace Williams filed a court order in November, the Baltimore Sun reported. No additional details were provided.
Williams is the mother of Suggs’ two children,
Court records show Suggs a custody complaint against Williams on Nov. 19. Alperson said Williams filed her complaint after that.
Baltimore County police told The Sun that two 911 calls came in Nov. 21 from Suggs’ address, but a report was not filed.
Suggs is questionable for Sunday’s game with a right biceps injury, but CBS Sports reported that he is expected to play.
—New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady welcomed his first daughter into the world on Wednesday.
Brady’s wife, Gisele Bundchen, gave birth to a baby girl named Vivian Lake.
Brady, meanwhile, is preparing for the Patriots’ home game on Monday night against Houston.
—The Jacksonville Jaguars won’t have wide receiver Cecil Shorts available for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.
Shorts sustained a concussion in last week’s game against Buffalo and was ruled out on Friday. He hadn’t practiced all week while dealing with concussion symptoms.
—New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow practiced on a restricted basis this week and was questionable on the injury report for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville.
Tebow could be a game-time decision on whether his injured ribs are healed enough to back up starter Mark Sanchez. He sat out last week’s game against Arizona when Greg McElroy replaced Sanchez and led a touchdown drive that gave the Jets a win.
—Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings joined linebacker Brian Urlacher and wide receiver Earl Bennett as being officially ruled out of Sunday’s game at Minnesota.
Jennings suffered a shoulder injury last week against the Seattle Seahawks. He leads the NFL with eight interceptions this season.
Urlacher (shoulder) and Bennett (concussion) previously were ruled out of the Vikings game. Urlacher was also fined $21,000 by the league for a horse-collar tackle on Seahawks running back Leon Washington.
Running back Michael Bush was also added to the injury report as questionable with injured ribs.
Wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Devin Hester could return this week. Jeffery made it through a full practice Friday after missing two games with a knee injury.
—Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett was fined an amount of “six-figures” for an on-field incident involving teammate Kerry Rhodes, ESPN reported Friday.
The exact amount of the fine is not known. Dockett reportedly spit on Rhodes during the incident, according to ESPN, citing a source.
Rhodes denied that Dockett split on him. Dockett, who apologized for the incident, is appealing the fine.
—Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller was fined $25,000 for roughing Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman below the knee.
The infraction occurred during their game last Sunday.
—Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams was fined $21,000 for his personal foul on Minnesota Vikings running back Toby Gerhart during Sunday’s game.
Television replays showed that Williams’ helmet launched into Gerhart’s helmet. Gerhart was considered a defenseless receiver on the play. It appeared that Williams was trying to hit Gerhart with his shoulder, according to ESPN Wisconsin.
Williams said he would appeal the fine because he does not know what he could have done differently on the play.
—The NFL fined Washington Redskins’ Will Montgomery and the New York Giants’ Linval Joseph for their actions during an altercation in Monday night’s game.
Montgomery was docked $10,000 for using a cleat to kick Joseph in the groin area. Joseph was fined $7,875 for attempting to stomp Montgomery.
Montgomery said Friday that he will appeal the fine.
—The FBI raided property owned in Indiana by former NFL player Jason Fabini and his brother, but Fabini said Friday that he’s the subject of an investigation.
The raid apparently was part of probe into the activities of Fabini’s brother, Michael.
The FBI raid also included the home of Michael Fabini, the Journal Gazette reported.
Jason Fabini played offensive line for the New York Jets, Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys from 1998 to 2008.
—The Philadelphia Eagles listed quarterback Michael Vick, running back LeSean McCoy and defensive tackle Mike Patterson as out for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay.
Vick and McCoy are still recovering from concussion symptoms that have kept each on the sideline. Vick was injured in a Nov. 11 game against Dallas and will miss his third consecutive game. McCoy has not played since a Nov. 18 game at Washington.
One report had McCoy visiting a concussion center this week in Pittsburgh. Vick is said to be working out at a faster pace, but neither player has passed the required tests to see game action.
Patterson is hospitalized with viral pneumonia, the Eagles said Friday. It’s uncertain how long he’ll be in the hospital or when he might return to the field.
The Eagles also listed running back Chris Polk as questionable with a toe injury.
—San Diego Chargers coach Norv Turner responded to a report that he will be fired, according to NFL.com.
The San Diego Union Tribune reported Thursday that Turner and general manager A.J. Smith will be let go at the end of the season.
Chargers owner Alex Spanos released a statement Thursday night saying that no decisions have been made on the future of Turner and Smith.
Turner was asked about the Union-Tribune’s report on Friday.
“It’s part of the deal,” he said. “The one thing I always feel good about, I got here at 5:30 in the morning and there were guys in the weight room, there were guys in the training room, there were guys already in meeting rooms watching tape,” he said. “… Any of the reports haven’t affected them, and that’s what I care about. They’re getting ready to go and play their best and give themselves a chance to win in Pittsburgh.”
He also denied the rumors would have a bearing on how he coaches.
“I don’t think so, you know, that’s what I was trying to refer to,” he said. “Our staff was here doing cards, preparing for practice when I got here at 5:30 in the morning. It’s an outstanding staff and I think they’ve done an outstanding job for this football team.”