Found February 01, 2013 on Fox Sports:
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Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs fancies himself "a gentleman, a father, a brother and a son." His alter ego is the polar opposite. "T-Sizzle -- he's a caveman," said Suggs, referring to his trademark nickname. "He's a barbarian. What did my little brother Donnie call me? An Anglo-Saxon because we woke up one morning and I was eating cold steak. "Sizzle, he's kind of a Neanderthal." Where the dividing line becomes drawn between those personalities is anyone's guess. "Terrell is a character beyond characters," Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain said with a wide smile. "I've been with him for five years and I still don't know what makes him tick. I still can't define it. But one thing I do know -- there will never be a dry moment with Sizzle." If in the mood, Suggs can be thoughtful and articulate when dealing with the media. Away from football, Suggs co-wrote and produced a short f...
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