If all goes well with the pending NFL contracts, and a deal is reached today, Terrell Suggs and the rest of the Ravens will take the field at M&T Bank Stadium as scheduled on August 19. But, just in case, Suggs has a back-up plan.
First reported by TMZ Thursday, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has completed work on his first feature length film, entitled The Coalition, with Suggs credited as both writer and executive producer of the film.
The film, which is a romantic comedy in which a “couples blossoming love must survive the vortex of deceit that swirls around their best friends,” stars Jackee Harry of 227 and Sister, Sister, as well as Denyce Lawton from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne.
The Coalition is not Suggs first foray into the world of cinema. In 2008, Suggs founded his production company Team Sizzle Worldwide, and even screened one of the company’s films at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
The teaser trailer for The Coalition can be found here.
—Summer editorial intern Tyler Green wrote this piece.