The injury to the Baltimore Ravens All-Pro linebacker Terrell Suggs is nothing less than a devastating blow for the blitz happy Ravens. Suggs, who tore his Achilles tendon on Thursday while working out in Arizona, will miss the entire 2012 NFL season. But the Ravens should not panic just yet. The injury to Suggs, while devastating, opens the door for a often forgotten player who has been waiting in the Wings. LB Sergio Kindle, drafted by the Ravens in the 2010 draft has been silent throughout his brief career, but unlike many highly touted stars, Kindle is not necessarily a bust; there have been extraneous circumstances that hindered Kindle’s development. Kindle, 6’3 250lbs, was drafted out of Texas university as a pass rushing specialist. He showed scouts an exceptional combination of size and speed, running a 4.65 in the 40, and quickly became thought of as the guy who would combine with Suggs to terrorize the NFL. Unfortunately for Kindle, his NFL dream was derailed on July 25th 2010 when he fell down a flight of stairs at his home in Austin, an Injury that left him with a fractured skull, and caused him to miss his entire rookie season. The injury caused Kindle’s career to be in limbo, doctors didn’t know if he’d ever be able to play the game again, but after a year of recovery, Kindle was finally cleared to return to football. Kindle now enters the 2012 season with a years recovery under his belt, and looks to get back to the pre-injury form that made the Ravens fall in love with him. With Suggs lost for the season, don’t be surprised to see this workout warrior climb into the starting OLB spot and team with Rookie LB Courtney Upshaw to provide the Ravens with the pass rushing duo they need.