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Duke Johnson, Joe Thomas insist Washington never had possession of fumble

The NFL’s official explanation for Sunday’s there-must-have-been-two-footballs play involving Cleveland and Washington is that cornerback Josh Norman somehow secured sufficient possession of a fumble before Browns running back Duke Johnson snatched it back and displayed it to the world. Johnson and his teammates don’t buy it. Receiver Terrelle Pryor made his case during Wednesday’s PFT
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