On Monday the Baltimore Ravens will announce a contract extension for Terrell Suggs that will make him a Raven for life, according to a tweet from CBSSports.com’s Jason LaCanfora.

Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com reports that Suggs’ new deal will lower his salary cap figure.

This quickly resolves one of Baltimore’s most pressing offseason questions. Suggs’ $12.4 million cap figure was too much for a pass rusher that struggled down the stretch last year, and he was amenable to re-working his deal. NFL Media’s Albert Breer reports that “multiple years” will be added to his existing deal and lower his cap figure.

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome sent a message to Suggs after the season, making it clear that Suggs wouldn’t be back under the terms of his old deal. The two sides were able to find common ground, which should keep Suggs and Elvis Dumervil as the team’s primary pass rushers.

Some good news for the Ravens to announce tomorrow after the recent story of Ray Rice’s arrest for a physical altercation with a woman.