VIDEO: NFL explains why Zach Miller didn’t catch touchdown vs. Saints

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Bears tight end Zach Miller (86) hauls in a 25-yard touchdown pass from Mitch Trubisky against the Saints on Sunday. Miller dislocated his left knee on the play — and the touchdown was overturned upon video review. (Butch Dill/AP)

As part of a weekly video series, Alberto Riveron, the NFL’s senior vice president of officiating, explained why tight end Zach Miller didn’t complete the catch process for a touchdown against the Saints.

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