The NFL is considering making pass interference reviewable next season following the missed pass interference call on the Los Angeles Rams in Sunday's NFC Championship Game, a source told Mark Maske of The Washington Post.
"It will be discussed at length along with additional fouls that coaches feel should be subject to review," the unnamed source told Maske.
With the game tied 20-20 with 1:45 remaining in the fourth quarter, Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman mauled New Orleans Saints wide receiver Tommylee Lewis before the ball arrived in their vicinity. A penalty wasn't called and the Saints settled for a 31-yard field goal.
However, the Rams took the game into overtime when Greg Zuerlein converted a 48-yard field goal with 15 seconds remaining in regulation and proceeded to win in overtime on another Zuerlein convert, this time from 57 yards out.
Robey-Coleman openly admitted that he committed pass interference after the game, further drawing the ire of Saints fans.
"Ah, hell yeah, that was PI," Robey-Coleman said, according to Nate Davis of USA Today. "I did my part. Referee made the call. We respect it."
Any change to the current rule will require votes from at least 24 of the league's 32 owners.