Super Bowl Interview: Terrell Suggs with Scott Graham

02/03/2013

Baltimore Terrell SuggsRay Lewis and Terrell Suggs. For the past 10 seasons, the pair has been synonymous with Baltimore Ravens football, but now there’s time for just one final act: Super Bowl XLVII.

Ahead of the game, our Scott Graham sat down with the guy they call T-Sizzle to ask about his relationship with Lewis, facing Colin Kaepernick and the Niners and much more.

(Listen to Terrell Suggs’ interview with Scott Graham)

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Terrell Suggs is interviewed at Super Bowl XLVII.

Terrell Suggs is interviewed at Super Bowl XLVII.

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