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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Jets were upset and baffled by an apparent touchdown that turned into a fumble and a touchback following a replay review in their 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

“I’m pretty sure everybody is going to look back and say that was a B.S. call,” wide receiver Jermaine Kearse said.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins scored on a 4-yard touchdown catch with 8:24 remaining in the fourth quarter — or, at least, that was the call on the field. After reviewing the play, referee Tony Corrente ruled that Seferian-Jenkins bobbled the ball twice and didn’t re-establish control until after he was out of bounds in the end zone, resulting in a touchback.

The Jets were trailing 24-14 at the time.

Afterward, several players said they were shocked by the reversal.

“For most of us, the last thing on our mind was a touchback,” cornerback Morris Claiborne said. “I thought at least it would [be] down on the 1 and we’d still have the ball and still have a chance to score a touchdown.

“Me, personally, I still don’t understand where the touchback came from. It wasn’t like the ball went through the back of the end zone at all.”

Seferian-Jenkins refused to directly criticize the referee. He acknowledged that he bobbled the ball, but he still felt it should’ve counted as a touchdown.

“I feel like I scored,” he said. “But at the end of the day, that’s what the ref called. I’m going to go with what the ref said, and I have to have better ball security.”

Seferian-Jenkins went on to say, “I don’t think it does any good to blast the officials or blast the rule … The rule is the rule. It is what it is. I have to do a better job of ball security. … I feel like I let my team down.”

Jets coach Todd Bowles downplayed the impact of the controversial call, saying that his team had other opportunities to win. The loss snapped a three-game win streak for the Jets (3-3), who missed a chance to grab sole possession of first place in the AFC East.

“They said he didn’t have control of the ball going out of bounds,” Bowles said. “If it hits the pylon going out of bounds, it’s a touchback going the other way.”

Corrente, speaking to a pool reporter, explained it this way:

“He lost the ball. It came out of his control as he was almost to the ground. Now he re-grasps the ball, and by rule, now he has to complete the process of a recovery, which means he has to survive the ground again.”

Corrente said the ball came out “a second time” as one knee hit the ground, adding, “Now he’s out of bounds in the end zone, which now created a touchback.”

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PHILADELPHIA — Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said that players around the league will continue in their efforts to raise awareness about social injustice regardless of how the NFL decides to address demonstrations during the national anthem.

“I think we’ve seen even over the last year that you can take a player out of the league, you can threaten to do whatever you want to do, that’s not going to deter players from doing what’s right, or doing what they believe is right,” Jenkins said Tuesday. “You might be able to change the manner in which that looks but I don’t see players stopping their pursuit for justice or equality.”

On Tuesday, commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to NFL teams expressing a belief that “everyone should stand for the national anthem” and that the dispute surrounding the issue is “threatening to erode the unifying power of our game.” He spoke of a plan that will be reviewed with the teams at next week’s league meeting, which would “include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues.”

President Donald Trump has called on NFL owners since last month to fire players who do not stand for the anthem, saying their protest “disrespects the flag” and the country. On Sunday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he would bench any player who knelt.

“It’s sad that it’s come to this point,” said Eagles safety Rodney McLeod, who has raised a fist alongside Jenkins in recent weeks during the playing of the anthem. “Maybe they can figure out some way to talk to different leaders around the teams, Malcolm, [Seahawks receiver Doug] Baldwin and guys like that, sit down possibly with the president and express the reasons for their concerns and why they’re trying to [have others] take notice of something that they strongly believe in and something that is unfortunately happening in today’s society.

“That’s what it has to come down to, for him to possibly understand and hear from these players rather than hear from outside sources, hear it directly from the players.”

Word of Goodell’s memo was just reaching Eagles players as they walked off the practice field Tuesday afternoon. Jenkins said that the mission remains the same regardless of whether the NFL decides to implement a league-wide mandate that every player must stand during the national anthem.

“The position of the players is that we’re going to continue to do the work that we’ve been doing, we’re going to continue to use our platforms as we have been over the last year to drive awareness to injustices in our country,” he said. “Now what the NFL decides to do is kind of on them. There has been open dialogue between players and different ownership; there has been dialogue between players and Commissioner Goodell.

“But at the end of the day, you’ve also had these individual owners come out and take these strong stances, and some owners take stances behind closed doors. But from a player’s standpoint, that doesn’t change what we do or how we go about our business. Whether they want to assist us or deter us is on them.”

Jenkins was one of four players who penned a lengthy memo to the league office requesting league support and asking for a month to be dedicated to social activism. Goodell has had dialogue with members of the players’ coalition in the weeks since and joined Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie on a “Listen and Learn” tour that gave them an up-close look at different parts of Philadelphia’s criminal justice system.

“I think that would be an unfortunate decision if [a mandate in respect to the anthem is] all that came out of it, if there was no effort to replace the platform that guys have been using to draw attention to issues in our country,” said Jenkins. “If there is no effort to assist players in that, I think it would be very, very unfortunate, and I don’t think that would go over well.

“I don’t think this would stop anybody from trying to push for change, push for justice. Players have always kind of moved around, found new ways.”

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Raiders Pro Bowl left tackle Donald Penn had a verbal altercation with fans as he exited the players’ parking lot at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum following his team’s 30-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

A video shows fans yelling at Penn, with one removing his cap as if ready to brawl with the 6-foot-4, 315-pound offensive lineman as Penn got out of his car and approached the group. Only a movable metal barricade and a couple of security guards wearing yellow jackets separated player and fans before police arrived.

Penn posted about the incident on Twitter later Sunday.

Penn, who was mocked in the expletive-laden video for the $21 million, two-year contract extension he signed with the Raiders last month, returned to his car before the situation escalated.

Frustration is mounting for the Raiders, trendy preseason Super Bowl picks who have now lost three straight games to fall to 2-3 on the season.

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.—The Buffalo Bills’ passing game has had enough difficulty through the first month of the season.

The challenge may grow for the NFL’s 31st-ranked passing offence.

The Bills (3-1) will be without top receiver Jordan Matthews for several weeks because of a broken right thumb. That places more pressure on an unheralded group of receivers that has already dealt with adversity this season.

“It is never easy to lose a player, any player, but also a player of that quality and calibre with Jordan Matthews,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said. “We are not limited. We move forward and that is what good teams do.”

The Bills have been one of the league’s biggest surprises through four weeks, moving to the top of the AFC East following an upset win at the Atlanta Falcons. They’ll be tested, though, after yet another setback at a critical position.

Matthews’ injury is just the latest blow for Buffalo at wide receiver. The Bills sent their top wideout from the previous three seasons, Sammy Watkins, to the Los Angeles Rams in a pre-season trade.

Veteran Anquan Boldin, who was originally expected to line up alongside Watkins — and then replace him — abruptly retired 10 days later.

Their No. 2 and No. 3 receivers from last season, Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin, left in free agency. One year earlier, Chris Hogan left as a restricted free agent.

That leaves an untested group that includes second-round pick Zay Jones, veteran Andre Holmes and the returning Philly Brown to try and pick up the pieces.

“I don’t think you can quite replace a player like Jordan, especially what he brings to the table as a football player,” Jones said. “But it doesn’t stop us. We’ve just got to keep preparing the same way.”

Jones has the highest ceiling, but has had a rocky start to his pro career. Known for his hands and consistency at East Carolina, the 37th overall pick in the draft has struggled with drops.

Against Atlanta in Week 4, Jones had a poor drop before coming back with a tough catch by the sideline in the third quarter.

“I’m growing and I’m learning and I know that,” Jones said. “I’ve had a lot of advice, a lot of people talk to me. I’ve heard a lot of things positive and negative, but I just really don’t care because it’s a learning process for me.

“This is fun. And I’m enjoying it still. There’s been a lot of outside noise and a lot of outside talk, but I’m still enjoying it.”

Holmes, 29, is the veteran of the group. He spent the past four seasons as a depth receiver with the Oakland Raiders.

Brown was re-signed Tuesday after being released by Buffalo before the start of the season. Buffalo also has receivers Brandon Tate and Kaelin Clay, who have played mostly on special teams.

Working in Buffalo’s favour is an offensive approach that has utilized its share of play action. Those adjustments have allowed quarterback Tyrod Taylor to use his mobility while simplifying reads and helping to create separation downfield.

“That has been huge,” McDermott said. “With my defensive background, I know how tough that is in order to diagnose the run and then the play action that comes off of it. That is tough to handle defensively.”

The Bills also have an option in tight end Charles Clay, who leads the team in receiving yards through four weeks (227 yards, two touchdowns). Clay had a big performance in the win over the Falcons with 112 of the team’s 182 receiving yards.

After two seasons of solid but inconsistent production, the Bills have emphasized Clay in the passing game with their other options limited.

“We’ve tried to over the past couple of years,” Taylor said. “We’ve been on the same page and he’s gone out there and played at a high level.”

Buffalo’s receiving options will be put to the test on Sunday at Cincinnati (1-3), where the Bills have a chance to go to 4-1 for the first time since 2011.

“I have to go out there and make plays with whoever’s out there and I have confidence in those guys in the receiver room, guys that are willing to step up and take the challenge,” Taylor said.

“Yes, we miss Jordan, but it’s not going to be the end of the world either. He’ll be back and we’ll be better as a unit when he comes back.”

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