GLENDALE, Ariz. - The Arizona Cardinals are expected to sign 36-year-old Hamilton High School (Chandler) and Arizona State product Terrell Suggs, who has played for the Baltimore Ravens since 2003, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

The veteran linebacker was drafted 10th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft and since then, has racked up seven Pro Bowl appearances, a First Team All-Pro honor and NFL Defensive Player of the Year honor (2011). 

Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick, right, laughs with first-round draft pick Terrell Suggs during a news conference Sunday, April 27, 2003, in Owings Mills, Md. The Ravens picked Suggs, a defensive end from Arizona State, with the 10th pick overall. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

Suggs informed the Ravens Monday he would move on to another team in free agency. 

Multiple teams are pursuing Suggs in free agency, per reports, despite his age. Last season, Suggs recorded seven sacks and 11 the year before. He has 132.5 career sacks to his name. 

Notably, this could put the Cardinals in contention to scoop up another Baltimore Ravens free agent linebacker, inside linebacker C.J. Mosley. Mosley, 26, has drawn interest from all over the league as one of the top linebacker targets in free agency. 

Now that Arizona has added Suggs, it could increase Mosley's potential interest in Arizona. For what it's worth, CBS NFL insider Jason La Canfora wrote last week some Ravens teammates believed Suggs and Mosley could both head to Arizona. It appears he's 1-for-1 so far...

If Suggs intends to sign with Arizona, it can't become official until free agency opens for business Wednesday at 1 p.m.