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Steve Smith verbally got into it with a Boston broadcaster after the game

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Ravens wide out Steve Smith got to see his old teammate Jermaine Wiggins (2002-2003) in the Gillette parking lot after the game and decided to have words with the now Boston radio sports broadcaster.

Wiggins called Smith a bully and a bad locker room guy on a Boston radio show, according to CSN New England. Smith must have heard it somehow or someone told him, so he decided to let Wiggins know what he thought about it.

Patriots broadcaster Scott Zolak told the story of what happened after the game. 

“So [Smith] sees Wiggy and he’s like, ‘Yo, what’s up?’ [Wiggy] says, ‘Hey, Steve, what’s up?’ [Smith] is like, ‘No, dude, what the [bleep’s] up?’
Wiggy’s like, ‘Aw, now, now you’re swearing in front of my kids.’ ” (Bertrand had said Wiggins was in the area with his wife and two sons.) “And he’s like, ‘You gotta step up.’ And then it starts getting nasty.
“Steve’s like, ‘Man, you called me a bully. What’s up with that? You know what I’m going to do? I’m going to [bleep] you, right now.’ “

Security at the Gillette Stadium and former and current Patriots players stepped in, rumor LaFell being one of them to intervene.

“Chatham took [Smith] and said, ‘Man, you gotta get on the bus now,’ ” continued Zolak. “And Steve Smith just kept yappin’ and yappin . . .’

“Now, Wiggy’s like Kevin Garnett, pointing at him over the top: ‘I’ll tell you what you are: You’re the same thing you always been!’ “

“I’m like, ‘Man, Wiggy brought it,’ ” Zolak said admiringly. “Wiggy was all fired up.”


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