This morning, the NFL confirmed that Terrell Suggs’s semi-late hit on Sam Bradford was incorrectly called roughing the passer, despite the Eagles’ belief that Suggs was intentionally targeting Bradford’s surgically repaired knee. Now Chip Kelly says the NFL’s interpretation of the play was incorrect, and that the…
So many of the Eagles’ grand plans this season are reliant on Sam Bradford being in there at QB, and on the first series of Philadelphia’s preseason win over Baltimore, you could see how it’s supposed to work—and how it could all come apart on one play.
h/t to Chris
Late in the third quarter of last night's Ravens-Steelers game, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs put a questionable hit on Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount, and Blount is not happy about it.
Terrell Suggs recently sat down for an interview that will air on tonight's episode of E:60, and he talked some shit about Roger Goodell. Specifically, he blamed Goodell for the blackout that delayed the 49ers-Ravens Super Bowl for 34 minutes.
Last year, Terrell Suggs called Skip Bayless a douchebag, a great TV moment that made up for what it lacked in verbal majesty with a certain frankness of expression. Today, First Take debuted its new half-hour live edition for ESPN. Apparently the suits in Bristol are so worked up about the show after the Rob Parker
One week to the day. On Dec. 7, The Baltimore Sun obtained court documents filed by Candace Williams alleging that Terrell Suggs had "punched her in the neck and drove a car containing their two children at a 'high rate of speed' while she was being dragged alongside"; on Dec. 14—yesterday, three days after Williams…
A court filing by Terrell Suggs's girlfriend Candace Williams made last month was unsealed yesterday, and the Baltimore Sun has some details:
Terrell Suggs looked pretty good in his return to action, finishing with four tackles, a sack, and a deflection. Yes, the Ravens got blown out, but Suggs is feeling like his old happy-go-lucky self, and you know what that means: horrifying gummy smiles.
The Ravens are known for their defense. In most every game Baltimore plays—and this goes double when they play the Steelers—color commentators wax about "hard-nosed football" and "defensive mentality" and "slobber-knockers."
According to Adam Schefter, it doesn't look good for the the NFL's reigning defensive player of the year.
It's probably unfair that Brady Quinn's quotes are going to overshadow GQ's excellent oral history of a season of Tim Tebow, as told by teammates, opponents, front office men and more. But Tebow is a Broncos quarterback, and for the moment so is Quinn, and it's impossible to read some of these without picturing Quinn…
In what might be the first honest and accurate analysis ever presented on ESPN First Take, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs called out Skip Bayless this morning, telling him to "be an analyst, not a douchebag." Suggs plans to next order Bayless to squeeze blood from a rock.
It's hard to blame this 12-year-old from Bel Air, Md., for wearing his Ball So Hard University sweatshirt to school earlier this week. BSHU is one of the more prestigious research institutions in the country, and either the kid has a sibling who goes there, or hopes to attend himself, or is just a big fan of BSHU's…
Players votes count for a third of Pro Bowl balloting, and Terrell Suggs's ballot counts for 1/1696th of that. But by voting for Ryan Fitzpatrick (and more relevant, leaving off Tom Brady), he's making a statement.