Posted by Andy Benoit
Steelers receive Hines Ward, the reigning Dirtiest Player in Football (as voted by his peers) has plenty of enemies, particularly in Baltimore. Rod Woodson, Tony Siragusa, Chris McAlister, Corey Fuller, Bart Scott, Ed Reed and Terrell Suggs have all been cited as members of Baltimore’s anti-Ward crowd.
Ward now thinks John Harbaugh can be added to that list.
“I don't think their head coach likes me," Ward said, according to Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. "I tried to shake his hand before we played them the last time. He gave me a fake handshake. He didn't even look at me. That's fine. Whatever."
Ward has been called dirty, cheap and other far worse things by Ravens players over the years. McAlister used an expletive to describe Ward. Scott said he wanted to kill him (he also admitted that there was a bounty on the wideout in an early-season game back in 2008).
Are there any members of the Ravens organization Ward gets along with?
"Ray (Lewis) and I are OK. We have the same agent," Ward said. "But the other guys? We're not so cool. Ed (Reed) and I have seen each other at the Pro Bowl and we didn't even speak."
You can bet Reed and his buddies will be speaking to Ward on the field Sunday night.
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