(INDIANAPOLIS) - The National Football League agrees with a pass interference call Sunday against Indianapolis Colts linebacker Freddy Keiaho.
Keiaho was flagged for pass interference on a fourth-and-one play with 25 seconds to go that extended Jacksonville's drive. The Jags went on to kick the game winning field goal 21 seconds later.
Colts Head Coach Tony Dungy said on Monday that league officials explained to him the penalty was the correct call.
The game was filled with plays that colts coaches and fans felt should have been penalties against Jacksonville. Dungy said he would only comment on that play because he is only allowed to talk about good calls.
The Colts hope to welcome back a few more healthy players when returning from this week's bye. Left tackle Tony Ugoh and rookie guard Mike Pollak are among those who could be back from injuries. Ugoh missed Sunday's game against Jacksonville with a groin injury.
Defensive tackle Daniel Muir and tight end Jacob Tamme could also return. Meanwhile, the Colts right guard Dan Federkeil, who left Sunday's loss with an injury.
The Colts are off today and will practice tomorrow and Thursday before taking the weekend off. They play at Houston on October 5.
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