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Like any good defensive player Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs hates quarterbacks.

That did not stop him from paying his respects to San Francisco 49ers wunderkind Colin Kaepernick who came thisclose from engineering the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history.

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