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Lions notes: Calvin Johnson applauds new catch rule, wants retroactive stats

Calvin Johnson is happy the league is finally getting it right.

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“It just took them seven years to figure out what we knew on Day 1,” Johnson told the Free Press. He also joked about getting credit for his infamous “drop” that started the whole “process of the catch” conversation. “They ought to add it to my stat sheet,” he said.

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