Baltimore City Council condemns Trump's rhetoric, days before his visit

Pittsburgh Steelers

If there's bad blood between the Ravens and Patriots, the teams aren't advertising it

If there's bad blood between the Ravens and Patriots, the teams aren't advertising it

There was no mention of Spygate, Deflategate or any other "gate." Nobody challenged the other side's formations or advised them to "study the rule book and figure it out." There was no disdain expressed for another player's hair or attitude.

The closest thing to trash talk ahead of Monday's renewal of the Ravens-New England Patriots' rivalry was probably what Ravens' linebacker Terrell Suggs didn't say. Continuing a long-standing tradition, Suggs avoided referring to his nemesis, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, by name. Suggs, however, did applaud the accomplishments of Brady, who broke an NFL record by winning his 201st game Sunday against the Los...

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