OWINGS MILLS - Of course, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs was asked Wednesday about Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, whose four-game suspension was upheld by commissioner Roger Goodell.
It's decently known Suggs does not care for Brady, to the point that Suggs never mentions Brady by name.
However, Suggs refused to gloat about the Patriots’ problems as he reported for camp starting Thursday. Instead, Suggs is trying to ignore the Patriots.
“You know what, all I can say, it’s fortunate that’s not a Baltimore Ravens problem,” Suggs said. “We’re going to let them handle it, answer their questions. We really on focus on Baltimore Ravens football and Ravens nation. I don’t really care too much about that.”
A year ago at this time, the Ravens were entering camp with the controversy surrounding former running back Ray Rice. Suggs likes the current atmosphere better.
“It’s good to come into camp with no major negative storyline concerning us. We’re ready to get after it. We all kind of know the expectations. We did do great last year. We know where we finished at. We fell short. We don’t want to fall short anymore.”