ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Detroit Lions cornerback Nevin Lawson on Thursday said the NFL has admitted that his 66-yard pass interference penalty against the Green Bay Packers?last Sunday should not have been flagged.Lawson said one of his coaches told him about the leagues response.Lions coach Jim Caldwell said he is not allowed to comment whether the NFL reached out to the Lions about the call. On Sunday, Caldwell said he didnt believe a flag should have been thrown on the play.You asked me a question on Sunday: Did I think that should have been called? I told you no, right? Caldwell said. And I havent changed from that stance, even today. I think thats pretty clear.Lawson was flagged for the call -- the longest penalty in at least 15 years, according to ESPN Stats & Information research -- after Packers wide receiver?Trevor Davis tripped on a long route at the start of the second quarter during Detroits 34-27 loss to Green Bay. The Packers scored on the drive to jump out to a 21-3 lead.The previous long during that time period was a 60-yard pass interference call against Cleveland Browns cornerback Mike Adams in a 2010 game against the Baltimore Ravens. ESPNs penalty database starts with the 2001 season.Its definitely frustrating because you get that call wrong, Lawson said. The worst part about it is that it affected that drive, and we gave up a touchdown, you know what Im saying? So we cant get that back.So the only thing we get is an apology, so its frustrating. But like I said, we got to continue to play and move on.Lawson said Thursday that hed be all for the NFL turning pass interference calls either into a reviewable penalty or a straight 15-yard penalty.?It is currently a spot foul.I would love that, he said. ... 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