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Move over, birthers and 9/11 conspiracy theorists. The Baltimore Ravens want in. For those who think ex-Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis‘ assertions that the Super Bowl blackout last year was no accident are a bit far-fetched, there’s now a corroborating report. Of course, that report comes from a current Baltimore player, and it’s even more poorly framed than what Lewis said, but whatever. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs definitely doesn’t think the blackout at the Mercedez-Benz Superdome was simply a power loss, and he says the person to blame is none other than the man who is blamed by NFL players for everything wrong in the league (and maybe the world): NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. “I was like, Vegas, parlor tricks, you know what I mean?” Suggs said during an ESPN interview with Lisa Salters for an E:60 episode airing Tuesday, as reported by The Baltimore Sun. “I was like, ah, Roger Goodell, he never stops, he always has something up his sleeve. He just couldn’t let us have this o...

Terrell Suggs accuses NFL of being behind Super Bowl blackout

The Baltimore Ravens aren’t satisfied with just being the Super Bowl Champions. They apparently wanted to be a team that ran away with the game, and not just winning it. Late int the Summer, former Ravens linebacker and now ESPN-analyst…Read more →

New book: NFL denied scientific research on concussions for decades

According to a new book, the NFL conducted a two-decade crusade to deny scientific research that showed a link between playing football and brain damage. The book is entitled “League of Denial: The NFL, Concussions and the Battle for Truth” and was written by ESPN investigative reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru. The book reports that the NFL used it’s resources...

Because He Still Doesn’t Know How To Shut Up, Terrell Suggs Says Roger Goodell Staged The Super Bowl Blackout

Terrell Suggs must have a short memory because it doesn’t seem like he remembers the Ravens won the Super Bowl last February. In a recent interview with E:60, Suggs STILL blames the blackout during this past Super Bowl in New Orleans on NFL commish Roger Goodell, who Suggs claims staged the power outage to give the 49ers an advantage in the second half. From the interview: “I...

Terrell Suggs: Roger Goodell had a hand in the Super Bowl black out

Ravens linebacker Terrelle Suggs told ESPN’s Lisa Salters that he believes commisioner Roger Goodell was behind last year’s Super Bowl  black out. “Most definitely I thought he had a hand in it,” said Suggs. Suggs says he saw Goodell on the sidelines talking with John Elways prior to their AFC divisional game against the Broncos and he thought that showed that he favored...

Terrell Suggs doesn't like Tom Brady's hair or 'smug attitude'

BY NICK ST. DENISThe New England Patriots haven't played the Baltimore Ravens this season, and they're not scheduled to face the defending Super Bowl champions until Week 16.That won't slow down the trash talk.Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, who was recently interviewed for an ESPN "E:60" feature, was asked about his thoughts on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady...

Terrell Suggs Thinks Roger Goodell Was Behind Super Bowl Blackout

I see Terrell Suggs has been sipping the same juice, and utilizing the same conspiracy cup that former Ravens star Ray Lewis was using days after the Super Bowl. Suggs like Lewis before him believes that Commissioner Goodell had a hand in the lights going out in the Superdome right as the Ravens were preparing to blow the 49ers lights out while up 26-8. Suggs though attributes...

Suggs Claims Goodell Played a Role in Super Bowl Blackout

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs accuses NFL commissioner Roger Goodell of having a role in the Super Bowl blackout during an interview on ESPN's "E:60" that will air Tuesday. "I was like Vegas parlor tricks you know what I mean?" Suggs said. "I was like ahh Roger Goodell he never stops he always has something up his sleeve. He just couldn&...

Pigskin Detention: Supporting Terrell Suggs' Conspiracy Theory

Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs says the NFL and Roger Goodell had a hand in the lights going out at Super Bowl XLVII. Ray Lewis says the same thing. The fact is that four of the last six games on NBC have been delayed and stretched beyond normal circumstances.

Terrell Suggs Doesn’t Like Tom Brady’s ‘Smug’ Attitude, Also Dislikes Patriots Quarterback’s Hair

Terrell Suggs has a Super Bowl ring, five Pro Bowl appearances and an All-Pro selection to his name. The one possession that continues to define his career, however, is his big mouth. Suggs is back to flapping his gums, his most recent rants and raves coming from an interview with ESPN’s E:60. Suggs continued to prove he has no filter, as the Baltimore Ravens linebacker went on...

Terrell Suggs says he hates Patriots, Tom Brady's hair

Ravens' Terrell Suggs has this weird obsession with the New England Patriots. He'll take any opportunity to bash them, even when it is completely unprovoked and irrelevant. It's really rather pathetic. Anyway, Suggs was featured on E60 recently, obviously he had a lot to say about the Patriots. When asked, "who pisses you off the most in the NFL?" Suggs quickly...

Terrell Suggs: I don’t like Tom Brady’s hair

Lisa Salters of ESPN’s E:60 asked Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis who pisses him off the most in the NFL. “New England,,” replied Suggs. “It just seem like a lot of suspicious stuff going on…with them,” Suggs continued. Suggs says it was unfair how the Saints were treated for the bounty scandal opposed to the fine the Patriots received for videotaping the Rams practice prior...

Terrell Suggs: Roger Goodell ‘most definitely’ had hand in Super Bowl blackout

For a team that won the Super Bowl last season, the Baltimore Ravens sure have taken quite a significant interest in conspiracy theories. Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis recently made it clear that he does not believe the infamous blackout that occurred during Super Bowl 47 was a coincidence. During a recent interview with ESPN’s […]

In Goodell's NFL, Too Much Is Never Enough

“Those that much covet are with gain so fond, For what they have not, that which they possess They scatter and unloose it from their bond, And so, by hoping more, they have but less; Or, gaining more, the profit of excess Is but to surfeit, and such griefs sustain, That they prove bankrupt in this poor-rich gain.” ― Shakespeare, The Rape of Lucrece“League revenues at $25...


Conspiracy theorists will love this one. On ESPN’s E:60, Baltimore Ravens linebacker TERRELL SUGGS told Lisa Salters he believes NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL was behind the Super Bowl blackout in the New Orleans Superdome last February… Video courtesy: ESPN Retired Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis previously expressed the same accusation just days after the Ravens defeated the...

Sources: NFL considering expanding playoff to 14 teams

The NFL is urgently discussing a new scheduling formula that would include a three-game preseason and could also feature an expanded postseason field from 12 to 14 teams sources league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Chris Mortensen. The expanded postseason proposal would offset teams' lost revenue from the elimination of a preseason game and it also could lead to additional television...
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