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The commissioner did it! (And other Super Bowl conspiracy theories)
By Matt Walks, Digital First Media
Updated: 10/02/2013 05:53:47 PM MDT
The commissioner did it! (And other Super Bowl conspiracy theories...)
Winning a championship apparently wasn't enough for Terrell Suggs.The Baltimore Ravens linebacker supported comments made by former teammate Ray Lewis that claim the NFL had a hand in the 34-minute blackout that occurred during Super Bowl XLVII.In a recent interview with ESPN's Lisa Salters, Suggs especially places the blame on commissioner Roger Goodell, who he says "had a hand" in the power failure that preceded a San Francisco 49ers' comeback that ultimately fell short.I was like, Vegas parlor tricks, you ...
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