Originally written on Patriots Life  |  Last updated 11/7/14
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After defeating the Patriots in the AFC Championship on Sunday, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs didn't hold any harsh words back. He continued to gloat in his team's win while insulting the Pats and telling them to have fun at the Pro Bowl. This was a classless act. The thrill of victory caught up to Suggs and he received a fair amount of backlash for the disrespectful remarks. Well, yesterday an article was posted on Boston.com about some of the comments that Suggs made once his adrenaline settled down. After removing all of his pads and really soaking in/settling down, Suggs showed a more mature side to himself. He turned to reporters and said that he has the "utmost respect" for the Patriots organization. Here's everything that Suggs had to say: “What would this league be like without 12 and the New England Patriots?’’ Suggs said. “People don’t like them because they win, they’re a great team, and they have every right to be who they are.  “We respect the rivalry, and it’s h...
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