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Baltimore Ravens star launches ‘smug’ Brady attack

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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has continued his feud with Tom Brady after launching another verbal attack on the quarterback.

Suggs has never been afraid to take a swipe at the New England superstar, with the 30-year-old first confronting the three-time Super Bowl winner back in October 2010.

He’s also questioned the legitimacy of their championship victories under Bill Belichick in the past, and has now branded the former Michigan star as ‘smug’.

“I don’t think it’s appropriate for camera. I don’t like him. He don’t like me. I don’t like his hair. I don’t know. I don’t like his smug attitude,” he told E:60 in an interview.

“But then again he probably doesn’t like my a------ attitude. ... Everybody just seems to worship the guy, not me though.”

The two teams have met on the field eight times since the pair have both been professionals, with Brady and the Patriots getting the better of things in their first three regular season meetings, before the Ravens won their Wild Card play-off meeting in 2010.

Their next meeting started the feud between the two as New England won the following season in overtime, and the Patriots again won 23-20 when they met two years later in the AFC Championship game.

However, it’s the Ravens who have enjoyed success in their two most recent outings, winning 31-30 in their first meeting last season, before a famous victory in the Championship Game at Gillette Stadium a few months later.

The pair meet again this regular season, with Brady taking his side to the M&T Bank Stadium in week 16 of the campaign.

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