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Terrell Suggs takes shot at Patriots

FOXBOROUGH -- After beating the Patriots 28-13 in the AFC championship, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs took a few more shots at the Patriots.

“Tell them to have fun at the Pro Bowl,” said Suggs, via Yahoo! Sports’ Dan Wetzel on his Twitter stream. “Shut ‘em out in the 2nd half. Arrogant [expletive].”

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“These are the most arrogant (expletive) in the world starting with (Bill) Belichick on down.”

Suggs added: “That’s funny, ever since Spygate they haven’t been able to win.”

He later tempered his comments a bit.

“All (expletive) aside they are a hell of a ball club ... They have the right to be arrogant,” he said.

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