OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle has repeatedly made it clear about his salty feelings toward the Los Angeles Chargers since their bitter divorce over a year ago.
So, it shouldn't have surprised anyone that Weddle took a not-so-subtle shot at his former team.
Asked if it bothers him that the AFC West is now considered the best division in football, Weddle said, "I could care less about any other team other than the Ravens [and] who we're playing that week. But the records, obviously [the AFC West] has three great teams who are playing really good football and one that's not doing so good."
Weddle then gave a big smirk and paused for four seconds.
"I just try to do my best and worry about where I'm at now," Weddle said. "I don't really pay attention to anywhere else."
Weddle's nine seasons with the Chargers came to a tumultuous end that included a contract dispute, a fine for watching his daughter at a halftime event and an issue with not being allowed to fly with the team for the final game of the season.