Terrell Suggs resumes firing on Tom Brady

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Terrell Suggs resumes firing on Tom Brady

If there's some Patriots -- or, more specifically, Tom Brady -- bashing going on, you know Terrell Suggs wants in on it.

So even though the Ravens linebacker has his own big game this week, against the Steelers (and, to prove he's an equal-opportunity hater, he wore a T-shirt that screamed "Hey Pittsburgh" with the middle finger extended), Suggs took time out of his busy day to take some more shots at the Patriots quarterback in an interview on Sirius XM Radio.

While praising Ben Roethlisberger's two Super Bowl championships, Suggs began comparing the Steelers QB to other contemporary quarterbacks.

"If I'm correct Manning's only won one, both Peyton and Eli Manning that is, and Phillip Rivers doesn't have any," he said, "and Tom Brady has three, I think, a questionable three."

Questionable?

"Oh, you know, you've got the tuck rule incident and then you've got the videotaping of the other team's practices," said Suggs. "It's just like, okay, what's going on here? You know? But, hey, it is what it is. They won the games no matter how you did it. But, um, it's whatever."

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Darrelle Revis has court date Thursday on fight claims

Darrelle Revis has court date Thursday on fight claims

New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has a court date next week on criminal charges stemming from a fight after he turned himself in to police and was later released on a non-monetary bond.

Revis faces aggravated assault and other charges alleging he was in a fight with two men last weekend in Pittsburgh. He answered no questions from the media as he turned himself in Friday. He later made an initial court appearance, and his next court date was scheduled for Thursday.

Revis' attorney has said Revis was physically assaulted by a group of at least five people. He said Revis "feared for his safety" and sought medical attention, but he didn't offer details about the severity of Revis' injuries.

Police say the fight started when a man began recording a video of Revis and Revis grabbed his phone and tried to delete it. Two men say they were punched and knocked out.

The New York Jets said through a spokesman they would have no further comment on Revis' situation other than their initial statement that they were aware of the matter and had spoken with Revis. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email to The Associated Press that the league was looking into the matter.

Attorney Blaine Jones said Saturday in a text message that while he was hired for the pre-indictment phase of the case, he would not be representing the Jets cornerback going forward.

Revis is due $15 million next season, including a $2 million roster bonus due on the second day of the new league year, March 10.

The $13 million in base salary includes $6 million in guaranteed money, which the Jets would owe him even if they decided to cut him before the deadline.

Revis had a bitter breakup with his agents last year and has no formal representation going forward.

Revis, who is from Aliquippa, was a star at the University of Pittsburgh and was drafted No. 14 overall by the Jets in 2007. He quickly established himself as one of the top players at his position - and in franchise history - while also earning the nickname, "Revis Island" for his penchant for routinely shutting down opposing teams' top receivers. He is in his second stint with the Jets.

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