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“It’s disappointing, but we’ve been through a lot of low times,” defensive end Chris Long said. “We’ve got some guys that are going to be resilient, because we’ve been in bad situations before.”

Spagnuolo has been schooled by three close friends, coaches Andy Reid, Tom Coughlin and John Harbaugh.

Harbaugh didn’t exactly sit on the lead, either. He challenged a play when Cadillac Williams lost the ball at the end of a 2-yard carry with just under four minutes remaining, and Flacco threw a deep pass just after the two-minute warning that drew a pass interference call on the Rams‘ Bradley Fletcher.

When Spagnuolo got home Sunday night, he told his wife Maria, “We’re not ever talking to them again.”

He backed off Monday.

“Let me tell you something: John Harbaugh’s a competitor now,” Spagnuolo said. “So I know that in him. I’ve got no problem with it. I did feel one way yesterday, but I calmed down and looked at it.”

The most serious injury was a thumb injury sustained by defensive tackle Darell Scott, who was consulting a specialist. Bradford sprained his right big toe but looked fine in the locker room Monday.

Wide receiver Danny Amendola, out two games with a dislocated left elbow, was going to try a different brace in hopes of returning.

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