Saints Fans Drop Suit Over Missed Penalty In Playoff Game

Law360 (February 28, 2019, 1:21 PM EST) -- New Orleans Saints ticket holders have dropped a suit that sought to force the National Football League to replay the last minutes of a playoff game after a missed pass interference call cost the Saints a shot at the Super Bowl.

Tommy Badeaux and Candis Lambert, representing the ticket holders and the Saints fanbase known as the Who Dat Nation, filed a notice of voluntary dismissal Wednesday in Louisiana federal court.

The suit centered around the final minutes of the Jan. 20 playoff game between the Saints and the Los Angeles Rams. A referee in the game missed a pass interference...

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January 25, 2019

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