"I think it was (Malcolm Butler) on me," Rogers said. "He just kind of grabbed me and changed how I was going to catch the ball. I thought it was a flag, but it's all good."
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"We do it every day at practice," Rogers said. "You just try to take those same elements you have in practice and take it to the game. That way guys don't get tight. They don't get tense. We knew we had to make plays. We stayed calm and poised."
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