The refs cost the New York Jets a defensive touchdown Monday night.
Down 17-13 late in the second quarter, Jets linebacker David Harris sacked Jay Cutler by his feet, causing the Bears quarterback to seemingly fumble the ball.
Berry, 28, played on the Chiefs’ franchise tender in 2016 and had perhaps the best season of his seven-year NFL career.
He delivered a number of big plays that helped the Chiefs win close games. None was bigger than an interception late in the fourth quarter on a two-point conversion attempt that Berry returned for a score; those two points were crucial in lifting Kansas City to a 29-28 win at Atlanta in Week 13.
Big plays aside, Berry was a solid player against both the run and pass. The Chiefs used Berry in a variety of roles, sometimes as a deep safety and sometimes lined up close to the line of scrimmage, and he was equally effective in either role. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Chiefs allowed the third-lowest completion percentage on passes thrown 15 yards or more downfield last season.
A 2012 first-round draft choice from Alabama, Hightower was named a Patriots captain for the first time in 2016. He finished the season with 65 tackles, 2.5 sacks and eight quarterback hits.
The report alleges that the Ravens were detailed the exact play-by-play in the surveillance video, but did not request to see the footage, contrary to claims made by owner Steve Bisciotti. OTL also alleges that the Ravens requested Roger Goodell suspend Rice no more than two games, which he agreed to “as a favor to his good friend Bisciotti.”