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Ravens' John Harbaugh says Eagles players crossed the line by calling Terrell Suggs dirty

OK, then.

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John Harbaugh wasn't very happy when Terrell Suggs was flagged for roughing the passer after hitting Sam Bradford in the Eagles-Ravens game. The Baltimore head coach was visibly upset on the sideline. Harbaugh's disappointment didn't stop there, however. Now he's complaining about how Eagles players, such as Philadelphia left tackle Jason Peters, called Suggs a dirty player. Via ESPN:

"Ravens coach John Harbaugh was ticked off that a couple of Eagles players called out Terrell Suggs for being a dirty player. "When you start popping off about somebody's character, you cross the line. That's not really something we would respect."

Yeah, who are the Eagles to question Suggs after a play like that? How dare they question the integrity of a player who dives into the back of players' legs.

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I mean, it's not like Suggs has ever done something like tackling a quarterback as he was kneeling to end the game.

For the Eagles to suggest ANY player on the Ravens is dirty is just way off base.

Baltimore clearly has a history of high character players.

The Eagles should be expected to apologize immediately.

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