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Blandino admits “bad visual” but maintains right call made on Duke Johnson fumble

Browns running back Duke Johnson came out of the pile with his own fumble in last week’s game at Washington, but officials ruled on the field that the ball had been recovered by Redskins linebacker Will Compton. That call was held up by the automatic replay review, but Johnson and several other Browns players argued…
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