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There is never a dull moment when you have a guy like Terrell Suggs on your team. The focus this week should be on winning a Super bowl for the Ravens and Suggs decides to lighten the moment with a statement about having a gay player on the Ravens team. He talks about how loose the team stays in the locker room and how the Ravens like all the different personalities they have on their locker room already. All I can say is thank God the Meida days are over. Now the guys including Suggs can start to focus on the game coming up Sunday. The Ravens are coming in as the underdogs and maybe this is their way of taking the spot light off the fact the 49ers are the favorite coming into Super Bowl 47. Who knows what Suggs motives are for the things he says. All that matters now is getting ready for the big game. For one Raven this is the end of the line. Suggs better get his mind off the locker room and back onto the football field…..
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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.
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NEW ORLEANS -- 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 hes a caveman, said Suggs, referring to his trademark nickname. Hes 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.
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...
Linebacker Terrell Suggs, addressing 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver's comments yesterday, suggested that the Ravens would welcome an openly gay teammate.
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...
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...
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