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The Ravens had a pair of penalties on returns in their 23-20 overtime loss to the New England Patriots Sunday.

A holding call on rookie Ed Dickson negated much of a 21-yard kick return by Jalen Parmele. But perhaps the most significant penalty occurred when Cary Williams was flagged for an illegal block in the back on a Chris Carr punt return in overtime.

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So instead of first down-and-10 from the Ravens' 27-yard line, the offense began at the 17.

After the game, Williams shouldered blame for the penalty.

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"There's no explanation," he said. "It is what it is. The call was made. Right now, that's a call that should've been made. I did get him in the back. It was a bang-bang play. It's something that I regret. But it's a learning experience that I will definitely learn from and do better on in the future. … It's one of those plays I messed up, and I take full responsibility for it."

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