"My understanding is that both players, the offensive and defensive player, are supposed to have an opportunity to go make a play on the ball," Harbaugh said. "I saw a corner trying to make a play on the ball with a forearm in his chest and clavicle area being held down, not allowed to jump for the ball.
"That's a disappointing situation. I think a corner should be given the chance to defend, and I know he wasn't given a chance to defend on that play. That's not fair to the player. Players should be the guys determining the outcome of the game in a situation like that, without question."
Harbaugh is backing the wrong horse here. Levine was all over Malcom Floyd and it looked like an obvious call. Singling out this call sounds like sour grapes on a day when the Ravens made a ton of mental mistakes, were benefactors of many shakier pass interference calls and couldn't make a stop on third down.