Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Terrell Suggs was more than happy to take a few shots at the New England Patriots after beating them in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday. Upon entering the locker room following his team’s 28-13 win, the Baltimore Ravens linebacker began letting his criticisms fly. “Tell them to have fun at the Pro Bowl. Arrogant F—ers,” Suggs said, according to multiple reports. Yahoo! Sports’ Dan Wetzel also quoted Suggs as saying, “These are the most arrogant pricks in the world starting with Belichick on down.” Suggs has a history of scuffling with Tom Brady, though he said last year the beef between them was over. Sunday marked the second time in a row that the teams met in the AFC Championship Game. New England won last year thanks to a missed field goal by Billy Cundiff. The teams also met in the 2009 season when Baltimore crushed the Pats 33-14 on the road. Contrary to what Suggs says, there didn’t seem like a ton of arrogance emanating from the Patriots leading up to the game. The sports books that had Baltimore as a 9.5-point underdog are the ones who created that feeling, as did the people behind the billboards that taunted Ray Lewis during the week. The post Terrell Suggs calls Patriots arrogant f—ers appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Tom Brady in Response to Terrell Suggs: ‘He Had His Chance’ Terrell Suggs Basically Says the Ravens Aren’t a Championship Team Tom Brady Jokes He’ll Send Terrell Suggs a Pair of Uggs to Soften Him Up

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