Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs was a guest on WEEI's "The Big Show" in Boston Wednesday, and didn't sugar coat anything about how he feels about the New England Patriots, even as his words were broadcast right in their backyard.
Now he's claiming that the organization is not all it's thought to be around the league, and that players who have played and left New England have some negative things to say about what goes on there (gee, let me guess, was one of them Adalius Thomas?).
The NFL is not very big," Suggs said. "You think we don't talk to guys that have played for the New England Patriots, that have been on the New England Patriots that have been like, 'Oh, it's been like this.'
"It ain't just me. Why did Bart Scott say the same thing? You think it's just us? You think it's just got something to do with us? No. This is because we have inside information. We know."
He also didn't back down from his comments about the Patriots being "the most arrogant p------ in the world."
"Do I apologize for what I said? No. Do I mean what I said? Yeah," Suggs said. "Could I have worded it a little better? Probably. But the fact of the matter is you can't really consider it a rivalry because you have a few more championships than we do, but this has been steaming for a while."