NEW ORLEANS (AP) - As Terrell Suggs made his way to his seat for his first media appearance of Super Bowl week, a member of the Baltimore Ravens' PR staff pointed in the linebacker's direction and whispered to a colleague: ``I think somebody should be here.''
Yes, generally, better safe than sorry with Suggs. Except Monday, Suggs was hardly a loud mouth.
Not in the mood, apparently, to stir things up before his Ravens face the 49ers next Sunday.
Given a chance to crack wise or lob insults on a variety of topics - from President Barack Obama's concerns about football safety to Jets coach Rex Ryan's tattoo - Suggs was soft-spoken and thoughtful. Even made sure to praise the 49ers.
Now we'll see what happens Tuesday in the Media Day circus.