From Baltimore, With Love

“All I can really say is that I love the man to death. He’s one helluva football coach, he’s one helluva ball coach. If it is his last year as a New York Jet head coach, it won’t be his last year as a coach, it damn sure won’t be his last year as a head coach. He’s a players’ coach, he’s a real coach, and I wish him all the best.

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Who cares? I probably got something on my ass that you all never will see.  It’s probably inappropriate, but who cares? I think you all blew it way out of proportion. I don’t really think it’s a big deal.

I think everybody should have a certain amount of privacy even if they’re in the public eye, no matter who they are. Even our president deserves a certain amount of privacy … I think all of you need to keep that in mind when you’re all writing stories about us, we’re not just football players, we’re not just coaches, we’re human brings too.” — Terrell Suggs on Rex Ryan, the coach, and tattoogate