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Cold Hard Football Facts:
For the 49ers and Ravens, their big names including Terrell Suggs, Aldon Smith, and Haloti Ngata have not achieved big results in the NFL playoffs.
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Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is throwing his hat into the ring to weigh in on the controversy that 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver started when he said that he would not accept a homosexual teammate.
His response was very progressive.
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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...
After yesterday’s homophobic comments from 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs admitted that they wouldn’t have a problem with a teammate of their’s being gay. “We wouldn’t have a problem with it,” Suggs said, per ProFootballTalk.com. “We don’t care. Our biggest thing in the locker room is to just have fun and stay loose. We...
Aldon Smith was among several players preparing for the Super Bowl who doesn't see anything wrong with their kids playing football.
Responding to President Obama's comments questioning the safety of the game, the 49ers' All-Pro linebacker and a few teammates said they'd allow their sons to follow them into the sport.
''It's not like we signed up and...
Yesterday 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver slid some of the Super Bowl Attention away from Ray Lewis when he suggested that he couldn’t handle a gay teammate. In Culliver’s words, “I don’t do gays.”
The Ravens who have a civil rights activist on their roster in Brendon Ayanbadejo don’t feel the same, and as star linebacker Terrell Suggs suggested, the Ravens would welcome...
The NFL 2012-13 season and post-season ends this Sunday on February 3rd. We are finally at the Super Dome in New Orleans, LA. The biggest game, the one game that all 32 teams want to play in and win, the Super Bowl, will be played.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis suffered a torn triceps injury on Oct. 14, by December he was back on the field practicing. Sports Illustrated has published an in-depth report of Lewis's connection with a company called Sports with
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree credits his breakout season to quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Crabtree finished the regular-season with a career-best 85 receptions for 1,105 yards and nine touchdowns.
The 25-year-old says
San Francisco 49ers linebackers Aldon Smith and Ahmad Brooks
were the only two players limited at the team’s first full Super Bowl practice,
according to Cam Inman of The Mercury News.
Ahmad Brooks and Aldon Smith, the 49ers’ starting outside
linebackers, were the only players limited Wednesday in the team’s first Super
Bowl practice at the New Orleans Saints’ facility...
Super Bowl Media Day, where amateur and professional journalists ask questions to NFL players, some wearing suits others wearing super hero costumes. Baltimore Ravens staff writer Ryan Mink compiled a list of the top ten dumbest questions asked
The San Francisco 49ers made it to the Super Bowl this season on the strength of their defense, and defensive lineman Justin Smith played a key role in that effort.
Smith has never been one to rack up gaudy statistics, managing 70 tackles and 8 1/2 sacks in arguably his best NFL season (2010), and this year was not much different. Smith piled up 66 tackles and took down opposing...
Updates. With AP Photos. AP Video. By DAVID GINSBURG AP Sports Writer The Baltimore Ravens' reputation for trash-talking arrived at the Super Bowl before they did.
While the Ravens were en route from Baltimore to the Big Easy, the San Francisco 49ers were already preparing for war of words with the chattiest team in the NFL.
''Most teams don't really talk that much...
NEW ORLEANS -- San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh doesn't seem particularly worried about outside linebacker Aldon Smith's sack drought heading in Super Bowl XLVII. Smith finished second in the NFL behind Houston's J.J. Watt with 19.5 sacks during the regular season, but hasn't logged one since Week 14. Part of his failure to get to the quarterback could be...
During the Baltimore Ravens media day at Super Bowl XLVII we asked Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed, Haloti Ngata, Bernard Pollard, and Corey Graham if they would be able to shut down Joe Flacco if he played for a different team.