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Jets coach trips player; NFL and team looking into incident

The NFL is reviewing an inicident Sunday in which a New York Jets coach tripped a player from the Miami Dolphins while the game was taking place. The Jets say they are looking into it as well.

Neither investigation should take long. Here's all the evidence they need in the matter involving Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll and Jets conditioning coach Sal Alosi during Miami's 10-6 victory:

Alosi later apologized for his actions.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 
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