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Terrelle Pryor on fumble: “There’s no possible way” Washington recovered it

One of the strangest plays in recent memory happened in Washington on Sunday, when Browns running back Duke Johnson fumbled, quickly emerged from a developing pile of bodies, and showed the ball to the world while an official unbundled the scrum and awarded possession to the defense. “The refs thought the ball was still down…
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