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NFL views Eagles’ possible illegal formation as a judgment call

Were the Eagles lined up in an illegal formation when Nick Foles caught a touchdown pass on a fourth-and-goal trick play? Not according to the NFL. A league source tells PFT that the league views it as a judgment call, not a call that was clearly right or clearly wrong. The question is whether the [more]
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