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NFL says Duke Johnson fumble ruled correctly, “nothing definitive” to overturn

The Browns thought that running back Duke Johnson had recovered his own fumble with a little under 10 minutes left at midfield, but the officials ruled that Redskins linebacker Will Compton recovered it. The ruling that Compton recovered survived a replay review. Several Browns players and coach Hue Jackson protested, but the NFL said after…
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