The NFL’s competition committee continues to discuss rules ahead of its still-on-schedule meeting at the end of May, when votes will be taken, and pass interference replay almost certainly will not be extended,

NFL Network’s Judy Battista reported, according to one person familiar with conversations.

Pass interference review was introduced last season for the first time in a one-year trial approved by owners in a 31-1 vote.

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The decision came just months after Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman hit Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis early on a third-down play late in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship Game, a contest the Rams ultimately came back to win in overtime.

No penalty for defensive pass interference was called on the play.

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And here’s the infamous play:

The NFL refs can’t do anything right.

Even when they had a chance to make the right calls, they stubbornly decided not to.

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