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Pass Interference

pass in*ter*fer*ence

What Is The Definition Of Pass Interference In Football?

1. This is a penalty in football that occurs when one player interferes with another player who is attempting to catch a pass before the ball arrives. Actions that may cause the penalty to be called include tripping, pushing or grabbing an opponent. This penalty is more commonly called on the defense, in which case a first down is awarded at the location of the foul.

Examples Of How Pass Interference Is Used In Commentary

1. Sanders holds onto the jersey of Irvin a little too long and is called for the pass interference.

Sports The Term Is Used

1. Football

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