Rams' Nickell Robey-Coleman brags about infamous “no-call”

Nickell Robey Coleman admits to interference

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Days later, it is safe to say that the Who Dat Nation is still fuming from the now infamous “no-call” on a blatant pass interference against Saint Tommy Lee Lewis during Sunday’s NFC Championship game. Now, to add more salt to the still fresh wound, cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman took to Facebook to talk about the infraction.

Sunday after the game when asked by a reporter about the pass interference call, Coleman admitted that he thought a flag would be thrown but was thankful that it wasn’t.

As if Coleman knowing he committed the pass interference that was not called by officials wasn’t enough of a sting for Saints fans, Coleman took to Facebook on Monday to talk about the hit.

“Alright, we going to get straight to the point, the call about last night,” says Coleman at the start of the brief video. “Obviously I smacked his a**.”

Many fans took to Coleman’s Facebook page to express their anger about what many called a classless act.

The video has been shared more than 4000 times so far with over 3000 comments.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has yet to comment on Sunday’s “no-call”.

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