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Nevin Lawson: NFL told Lions 66-yard pass interference was incorrect call

According to ESPN, Lions cornerback Nevin Lawson picked up the longest penalty in at least 15 years last Sunday when he was flagged for a pass interference penalty that gave the Packers a 66-yard gain on the first play of the second quarter. The Packers scored a touchdown on the next play to take a…
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