Locker Room Buzz: Jacksonville Jaguars

October, 20, 2013
10/20/13
5:25
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Observed in the locker room after the Jacksonville Jaguars' 24-6 loss to the San Diego Chargers:

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Bradley fired up: Jaguars coach Gus Bradley was pretty animated with officials at the end of the first half while walking off the field because he was upset at not being able to call a timeout so officials could review a long pass play by the Chargers. “I thought it was going to be reviewed up top and everything told me that it was going to be reviewed and then I saw they weren’t going to review it so I ran down the sideline to get a timeout and they didn’t see me, I guess,” Bradley said. “Something must have caught their attention.”

Shorts takes blame: Receiver Cecil Shorts gave no excuses for not making a pair of potential touchdown catches, even though he was playing with a painful injury to the SC joint near his shoulder. “I’m not going to use that as an excuse,” he said. “That’s two drops and that’s on me. That’s 12 points. I will play better next week.”

Not ashamed: Quarterback Chad Henne said the team isn’t embarrassed about being 0-7: “No, I wouldn’t say we’re embarrassed. Are we disappointed? Absolutely. It’s tough to go through 0-7. We want to win and we’re hungry.”

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ESPN Jacksonville Jaguars reporter

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