Team spokesman Kevin Byrne confirmed that Suggs wasn't present at the meeting, which was held at the team hotel.
As an unsigned franchise player, Suggs isn't technically a holdout. Under the NFL collective bargaining agreement, he's allowed to skip camp without financial penalties.
Suggs hasn't signed his $8.472 million tender, a new hybrid defensive end-linebacker designation created during a compromise after he filed a grievance against the Ravens over what position he should be classified.
General manager Ozzie Newsome declined to comment on Suggs. Suggs' agent, Gary Wichard, hasn't returned telephone calls.
When cornerback Chris McAlister was the Ravens' franchise player a few years ago, he sat out the whole camp.
The Ravens have seemed prepared for this possibility ever since they were unable to negotiate a contract extension prior to a league deadline last week. It's believed that the team made an extremely lucrative offer, but Suggs rejected it.
"We're going to find out," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday when asked whether he expected Suggs to report. "His situation is a little bit unique, and he's got to do what's best for him going forward right now."
With Suggs working out on his own with a personal trainer, second-year linebacker Antwan Barnes is expected to take his place with the first-string defense.
Cornerback Samari Rolle was the only other player who didn't attend the meeting. Rolle was excused from the first few days of camp after his father died of a heart attack.
Harry Rolle's funeral service will be held Saturday.
Aaron Wilson covers the Baltimore Rasvens for the Carroll County Times and the Annapolis Capital.
Suggs a no-show at Ravens training camp
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