Ravens’ linebacker Terrell Suggs supports Super Bowl blackout conspiracy theory

Ravens’ linebacker Terrell Suggs supports Super Bowl blackout conspiracy theory

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Ray Lewis thinks the blackout at the Super Bowl was cooked up by the NFL to stop the Ravens from winning, or at least running away with the game. But Ray Lewis is crazy, right?

Don’t tell Terrell Suggs his former teammate is wrong, though. He believes it, too. He sat down with ESPN’s Lisa Salters for a segment on “E:60” to air Tuesday night – and said Roger Goodell “most definitely … had a hand in it.’’ He said a few other things that makes you think he doesn’t put 100 percent of his trust in the commissioner.

Lewis, of course, had his suspicions from the moment it happened in New Orleans that night, as the Ravens’ edition of NFL Network’s “America’s Game” proved.

But it’s all in fun. Who takes these wild accusations by players seriously, right?

But if Suggs suddenly doesn’t show up for a game later this season, and Lewis is inexplicably absent from his analysis duties … well, just don’t be surprised.