Originally written on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/12/14

BALTIMORE - SEPTEMBER 27: Terrell Suggs #55 of the Baltimore Ravens takes the field against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on September 27, 2009 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens defeated the Browns 34-3. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
Terrell Suggs is on a roll. In addition to providing his typical anti-Patriots remarks to WEEI on Wednesday, the Baltimore linebacker also took some shots at the 49ers — the team his Ravens defeated in the Super Bowl earlier this month. During an interview with KNBR 680-AM in San Francisco, Suggs was asked his opinion on cornerback Cary Williams‘ assertion that the Niners were full of “fake tough guys.” Never one to turn down an opportunity to talk smack, Suggs told the radio hosts that one of those “fake tough guys” plays on San Francisco’s offensive line. He wouldn’t specify who he was referring to, but then proceeded to praise every starter on the Niners line except right tackle Anthony Davis. Angered by this dig, Davis blasted Suggs on Twitter, calling the linebacker a ”[f-----] loser” and insulting his two-tackle performance in the Super Bowl. Check out the series of tweets below (with some of the more vulgar ones removed). We went head to head in the Super Bowl. He made no plays.— Bam Davis (@AnthonyDavis76) February 27, 2013 Another case of a cornball wit money..he was a loser before he had the nfl backing him. You can tell by his moves. Thirsty for any hype. lol— Bam Davis (@AnthonyDavis76) February 27, 2013 ...do a dance for us Suggs. lol— Bam Davis (@AnthonyDavis76) February 27, 2013 age don't = wisdom.— Bam Davis (@AnthonyDavis76) February 27, 2013 Thumbnail photo via Facebook/San Francisco 49ers
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