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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.— Bills owner Terry Pegula questioned the lack of consistency in NFL replay rulings and said the issue needs to be addressed after Buffalo receiver Kelvin Benjamin’s touchdown was overruled in a loss to New England last weekend.

“I don’t know what’s going on, but we have to fix it,” Pegula said Tuesday on Buffalo’s WGR-Radio. “I’m not saying this as the owner of the Bills. I’m saying it as a football fan. We can’t have stuff like this happening in our league.”

One of Pegula’s biggest concerns is whether the league has taken its review process too far in overturning officials’ calls on the field.

“It just wasn’t consistent. Replay was developed by this league to correct obvious mistakes,” Pegula said. “If you’ve got to look at a play 30 times from five different angles and keep looking at it and looking at it and looking at it, you go with the call on the field. It’s what the league’s been doing ever since replay started.”

Pegula then specifically mentioned NFL officiating chief Al Riveron in being among the only people who might disagree with him.

“Obviously, they weren’t looking at the same television the rest of the country was looking at, were they?” he said. “You know what, you can probably find somebody in this country who disagrees with that. And I know one guy would be Al Riveron sitting in New York City.”

The NFL declined to comment on what Pegula said.

Packers place RT Spriggs on IR

GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Packers will have another new starting right tackle for their season finale at Detroit after Jason Spriggs was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.

Spriggs left following the first play from scrimmage in Green Bay’s 16-0 loss to Minnesota. Utility lineman Justin McCray moved over from right guard to replace Spriggs and could take over at tackle on Sunday against the Lions.

The team signed rookie tight end Emanuel Byrd from the practice squad on Tuesday to replace Spriggs. Tight end Richard Rodgers left the Vikings game with a shoulder injury.

Receiver Jake Kumerow also was signed to the practice squad. Kumerow, who played in college at Division III Wisconsin-Whitewater, has spent time on the practice squads of Cincinnati and New England.

Vikings place Easton on IR, sign Overbaugh

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Minnesota Vikings have signed long snapper Jeff Overbaugh and placed guard Nick Easton on injured reserve.

Overbaugh was signed to fill in for Kevin McDermott, who injured his shoulder on Saturday night at Green Bay. McDermott’s status for the rest of the season is unclear.

Easton broke his ankle in the first quarter against the Packers, requiring surgery. He was replaced in the lineup at left guard by Jeremiah Sirles.

Cousins will start finale for Redskins

WASHINGTON — Redskins coach Jay Gruden said that quarterback Kirk Cousins would start Sunday’s season finale at the New York Giants despite the potential of an injury and no postseason ramifications involved. Whether Cousins plays for the Redskins in 2018 and beyond is one of the NFL’s major offseason questions.

Cousins has played the past two seasons on the franchise tag. The Redskins could go that route again unless the sides agree on a long-term contract or the organization allows Cousins to test free agency. Cousins needs 65 yards against New York to reach 4,000 for a third consecutive season.

Titans not ruling out Murray yet

NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey said he’s not ruling out DeMarco Murray of their regular-season finale against Jacksonville just yet despite an injured right knee that has the running back day to day.

Mularkey said Tuesday that an MRI confirmed what trainers expected after Murray hurt his knee late in a 25-23 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Broncos declare Lynch the starter for finale

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos will start Paxton Lynch in their season finale against the Kansas City Chiefs. Coach Vance Joseph made the announcement Tuesday. He said the top priority for the Broncos (5-10) is to beat the Chiefs (9-6), who won the AFC West for the second straight season and could treat Sunday’s game in Denver like a bye.

Eagles clinch top seed in NFC

PHILADELPHIA— Making his second start since MVP candidate Carson Wentz tore his left ACL, Nick Foles had a tough time in Philadelphia’s 19-10 victory over Oakland on Monday night. He was 19 of 38 for 163 yards with one touchdown and one interception, one week after he had four TD passes and no picks in a 34-29 win at the Giants.

The Eagles (13-2) clinched the NFC’s No. 1 seed with the victory over the Raiders (6-9), so Foles and most of the starters may not play much or at all against Dallas in Week 17. Their next meaningful game is Jan. 13 or 14 in the playoffs.

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Hall of Famer Johnny Bower dies at 93

TORONTO — Johnny Bower, a beloved former Maple Leaf goalie who helped Toronto win its last Stanley Cup in 1967, died Tuesday following a short battle with pneumonia.

The 93-year-old Hall of Famer was a two-time Vezina Trophy winner who became known as the China Wall. His career took off after the Leafs claimed him in a 1958 intra-league draft. Bower played 475 regular-season games and won four Stanley Cups for the Leafs before playing his final game as a 45-year-old in 1969.

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