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Gus Bradley excited for Seattle Seahawks players

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley on August 17, 2013
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Former Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, who is now the head coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars, is excited to see the NFC West side in the Super Bowl.

Former Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley has admitted that he is excited to see the team in this weekend's Super Bowl.

Bradley left the NFC champions ahead of the 2013 season to take up the head coach's post at the Jacksonville Jaguars.

He told the Jaguars' website: "I am excited for those guys up there, but my love now is with Jacksonville.

"Me being excited for them, I don't want anything to take away from what we're doing here, but I was with those guys for three years. You do grow close to them, and you see guys grow through it. I'm excited for them.

"To say I don't care about those guys, I would be lying. I want them to do well. We saw it growing. It's exactly the style we saw coming together."

The Seahawks face the Denver Broncos at the MetLife Stadium tomorrow.

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