“The NFL will judge whether that’s legal or not. Whatever it is, I’ll deal with it,” Lee said. “I’m on to the next game. I’m not worried about it. I’m more worried about how we can be better on defense, how we can improve from the mistakes we made.”
While no flag was thrown against Tate, the play will certainly be reviewed by the NFL and could result in a fine. When Garrett was asked if he thought it was a legal block against Lee, the coach said the league does a good job addressing those types of issues.
“These plays happen quickly in games. It’s hard for the ref to see exactly what happen,” Garrett said. “One of the things that the league has talked about is the importance of player safety and defenseless players and we’ve had a lot of discussion about that over the last couple of years. They’ll handle the situation the right way.”
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