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Bengals’ William Jackson: I knew Le’Veon Bell was out of bounds, but he wasn’t

Bengals cornerback William Jackson committed one of the strangest plays of this NFL season on Monday night when he stood and watched as Le'Veon Bell raced down the sideline for a touchdown. Jackson easily could have pushed Bell out of bounds, but he didn’t. After the game, Jackson said he was sure Bell had stepped [more]
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