A longshot lawsuit aimed at a possible do-over of the NFC championship game is bogged down in a jurisdictional issue: whether it belongs in Louisiana state court or in federal court.
The documents also state that a court can not order Goodell to take action, in the league's opinion. While one would think that students in Provo, Utah, wouldn't have much issue with the Saints missing the Super Bowl, the student section let the National Football League referee hear it during the game.
The Saints star arrived at the Pro Bowl with a T-shirt bearing two messages: "Blow whistles not games" and "Make calls not apologies". A play that if called correctly, would have likely helped the Saints win the game and go on to Super Bowl 53.
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Schefter reported Robey-Coleman was fined $26,739 for the helmet-to-helmet hit on Lewis that was not flagged, allowing for enough time for the Rams to tie the NFC Championship before eventually winning it in overtime. Instead, D'Amico said, it seeks a court order, under state law, forcing Goodell to investigate the blown call under the never before invoked Rule 17.
As to D'Amico's call for an investigation, Jones said there is no need.
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If the Grizzlies are intent on getting a draft pick back for him, they might also have to eat a bad contract as a makeweight. Conley and Gasol have played their entire careers in Memphis, arriving one year apart, with Conley coming first in 2007.
"I haven't heard anybody say the game was fixed; I have heard people say the crew F'ed up", one high-level league source told ESPN. "They have done their due diligence".
Drew Brees threw a pass towards Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis, who was flattened by Rams' cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, who made helmet-to-helmet contact before the ball had even reached Lewis. NFL's head of officials, Alberto Riveron, admitted to Saints coach Sean Payton that the referee "had messed up" the call.
U.S. District Judge Susie Morgan is presiding over the federal suit.
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Playing with Colin and José was also fun. "I knew I just had to take advantage of them straight out of the gate". Three birdies followed in the next four holes, with a blip on the 12th, where the 25-year-old made a bogey.