Jaguars LBs get in 'minor situation' in London Print
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Friday, 01 November 2013 13:44
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 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars reserve linebackers John Lotulelei and J.T. Thomas were involved in ''a very minor situation'' during the team's trip to London last week.
General manager Dave Caldwell confirmed Friday that Lotulelei and Thomas were involved in a situation following Sunday's 42-10 loss to San Francisco. Deadspin first reported that some unnamed Jaguars found trouble abroad. It's still unclear what exactly happened, but the players had noticeable facial injuries during the flight back to Jacksonville.
Caldwell says ''it was a very minor situation and it was handled internally.''
Lotulelei, claimed off waivers from Seattle early last month, has played mostly on special teams in four games this season. Thomas, claimed off waivers from Chicago in September, has played in seven games on special teams.
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