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John Harbaugh still puzzled by penalty call on Will Hill

Ravens safety Will Hill (33) intercepts a pass, but is charged with a penalty, negating the play and keeping the drive alive for Oakland.
Ravens safety Will Hill (33) intercepts a pass, but is charged with a penalty, negating the play and keeping the drive alive for Oakland. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Coach John Harbaugh said he remained puzzled by the holding call that wiped out a potential game-saving interception by Ravens safety Will Hill against the Raiders.

"I'm still looking for it," he said Monday. "I don't see it on tape. I'm not sure what to tell Will on that one. It looked like a good play to me."

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Hill said after the game he believed he'd made a clean play.

Harbaugh, meanwhile, offered no excuses for defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, whose roughing penalty also hurt the Ravens on Oakland's game-winning drive.

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"The Timmy Jernigan one was a foolish penalty," he said. "It was really inexcusable. There's no reason for that ever, at any time during the game but especially during the two-minute drill. That was just a way-late hit. I don't understand that one. It hurt us.

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