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Terrell Suggs Really Didn’t Mean to Say ‘Bounty’; Apparently, He ‘Misspoke’
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Oct 25th 2008 10:49AM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Ravens, Steelers, AFC NorthA shocking revelation from today’s : Terrell Suggs isn’t very smart. During a radio appearance two weeks ago, the Ravens linebacker admitted that his team put a bounty on Steelers Rashard Mendenhall and Hines Ward. One problem: bounties are illegal in the NFL. In fact, they’re almost as bad as end zone celebrations.

Suggs, in all his wisdom, tried to clarify his remarks on Wednesday: “I did repeat the word ‘bounty’ early in the [radio] interview after the guy asking me the question used the word. That was a mistake … I misspoke, and I’m sorry for that. I hope that clears this up…” Suggs added, “Yeah, I meant to say ‘maim’, so, yeah, I’m sorry for that.”*

Ray Anderson, Vice Admiral in the NFL Gestapo, has since warned Suggs that any more talk of bounties will result in “significant disciplinary action.” I guess Suggs’ admission to the existence of bounties, seconded by former head coach Brian Billick, didn’t provide the NFL with enough evidence to take “significant disciplinary action.”

Still don’t believe Suggs? Well in his half-assed, team-issued mea culpa, he offered a detailed example to illustrate his point:Continue Reading




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