Outspoken by nature, rush outside linebacker Terrell Suggs held nothing back during an ESPN interview taped months ago and aired Monday where he suggested NFL commissioner Roger Goodell had a hand in the power outage during Super Bowl XLVII.
However, no evidence has surfaced to suggest a conspiracy.
Suggs called Goodell overpaid and insinuated that he favors certain teams, including the Denver Broncos. And the 2011 NFL Defensive Player of the Year took another verbal shot at a frequent foil: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
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Suggs expressed no regrets Wednesday, standing behind his remarks.
"Do I want to retract anything? No," Suggs said. "Do I stand 100 percent by everything I said? Yeah. Is it relevant? Is it important? No. So, the only thing I’m really focused on right now is a very good Miami Dolphins team."
Suggs added that he hasn't been called by Goodell.
"No, not yet," he said. "But I didn't say anything he didn't already know, though."