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Seahawks' Jeremy Lane was wrongfully ejected against Packers

After a brilliant pick-six of Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers by defensive tackle Nazair Jones, the Seattle Seahawks not only lost six points – Cliff Avril was called for a questionable block in the back during the return – but also lost starting cornerback Jeremy Lane to an ejection in the first quarter. Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane was wrongfully ejected against the Packers after a phantom punch.
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