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(Renton, WA)  --  The Seattle Seahawks say they've been told by the NFL that a few calls that went against them in last Sunday's game with New Orleans were wrong.  The mistaken calls include a defensive-holding penalty against cornerback DeShawn Shead [[ shed ]], which allowed a Saints drive to continue and end with a field goal to cut the Seahawks' lead to one point in the third quarter.  Seattle was also told a penalty that should have been made against the Saints wasn't made.  Head coach Pete Carroll said after Sunday's game that he was upset that the Seahawks were penalized eleven times to only two for New Orleans.

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