NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent, in an interview with NBC Sports, acknowledged that the league “failed miserably” in its implementation of pass interference replay reviews last season and that such failure would serve as a cautionary tale for the NFL to not rush rule changes in the future.

Vincent’s comments came during a broader discussion of the “sky judge” proposal, the addition of a booth umpire to each officiating crew, a modified version of which is set to be voted on during Thursday’s NFL owners videoconference meeting.

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The NFL last year made the groundbreaking decision to allow coaches to challenge pass interference flags and non-calls in response to the controversial missed PI call that cost the New Orleans Saints against the Los Angeles Rams in the 2018 NFC Championship Game.

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