By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s been almost one full week since Terrell Suggs’ controversial low hit on Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford.

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Eagles left-tackle Jason Peters called the hit dirty, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh defended it, and on Friday, Eagles defensive lineman Bennie Logan put a bow on the topic.

“I felt like it was really dirty,” Logan said Friday on the 94WIP Morning Show. “If he [Suggs] would just hit the quarterback, I was OK with, but the fact he went direct at his [Bradford’s] knees—a guy that just came off ACL surgery and was recovering and things like that. A guy that worked so hard to come back, so why would you try to go at his knees to try to take a guy out of the season again? I thought that was really dirty and I lost respect for him [Suggs] after that hit.

Listen: Bennie Logan on the 94WIP Morning Show

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“I mean you go and do something like that. The guy, you know the pain and the hurt that he went through last season sitting out. Just to come back and his first preseason game after not playing the whole season, to go at him like that, I was like, you gotta do something better than that.”

Logan and the Eagles have shifted focus towards their next opponent, the formidable Green Bay Packers. However, with star quarterback Aaron Rodgers expected to be held out of Saturday night’s preseason game at Lambeau Field, the hopeful dress-rehearsal is losing its lust.

“It’s different,” Logan admitted. “You’re actually looking for the challenge that Aaron Rodgers presents to you, but at the same time regardless of who’s playing you still have to go out there and put on your best performance and showcase what we’re capable of doing. You would love to go against a guy like Aaron Rodgers, just to see where you stand in the preseason against a great passer like him and the skill guys he has to go with him.”

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