Suggs doesn't regret comments about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell

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.

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."               

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