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Goodell: Officials in NYC could help with replay

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NEW YORK (AP) -- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says it's possible some part of the instant replay process will take place at league headquarters, not just on the field.

The competition committee is expected to examine the issue this offseason. Goodell said at his annual pre-Super Bowl news conference Friday that one scenario is that officials at the game will still make the final decision, but that someone in New York will also weigh in to ensure the correct call is made.

Goodell says that the ''input could be helpful'' to ''make sure they're seeing any angle.''

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