by Dallas Johnson
A temporary restraining order has been issued by a woman to Baltimore Ravens' linebacker Terrell Suggs, ESPN reported.
The order was filed Friday in the District Court of Maryland, Sports Illustrated reported. It states that Suggs cannot abuse, contact or enter the home of the woman involved, pending a hearing scheduled for Dec. 11.
Suggs does not have a previous arrest record.
Kevin Byrne, a spokesman for the Ravens said that the team is "aware of the situation." He added that the team has "discussed the matter with Terrell."
Suggs status on the team has not changed due to the incident.
Suggs injured his knee in a game against the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 16. He has been sidelined ever since. He is doubtful for the Ravens' game Monday night against the Packers in Green Bay.