PITTSBURGH Steelers chairman Dan Rooney did not file a formal protest with the NFL regarding the officiating in Saturday nights playoff loss. But the fallout over two controversial plays continues. The first was a holding penalty called on center Sean Mahan as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw a two-point conversion pass to wide receiver Hines Ward. Instead of cutting the Jaguars lead to three at 28-25 with 10:25 left to play, the two points were waved off due to the penalty called on Mahan. After the 10-yard penalty was marked off, the Steelers tried another two-point conversion. That time it failed when Roethlisberger was stopped at the 3 on a run. The other controversy involving the officials was a non-call. In fourth-and-2 from the Steelers 43-yard line with 1:56 left to play, Jaguars quarterback David Garrard took off an on a 32-yard run that set up the game-winning field goal in Jacksonvilles 31-29 win. But three Steelers linebackers Larry Foote, Clark Haggans and James Harrison claimed several Jaguars offensive lineman should have been called for holding. Had a penalty been called, Jacksonville would have faced a fourth-and-12 from their 47. I dont want to get fined, but watch the replay on (ESPNs) SportsCenter, Foote said after the game. I saw it out there in the middle of the field, and then I saw it again on the big (scoreboard) screen. I aint got no fine money to give away for talking about them blind refs. So I got nothing to say, added Harrrison. An NFL spokesman said the league has not levied a fine against Foote, Haggans or Harrison as of Tuesday. If any of them are to be fined, an announcement could as early as Thursday. In a national radio interview Tuesday, Indianapolis coach Tony Dungy said emphatically that he did not believe Mahan was guilty of holding Jaguars defensive tackle Derek Landri. Immediately after the game, Mahan told reporters that he didnt hold Landri. He said it again Tuesday at team headquarters. It was a terrible call, Mahan said. Mahan said he argued his case with umpire Jim Quirk, who threw the flag, right after the play and again when the game was over. Quirk is the same referee who was fined $8,150 the amount of his one-game pay check on Dec. 28 for grabbing Green Bay linebacker Nick Barnett around the neck in a Dec. 28 game against Chicago. Quirk grabbed Barnett when it appeared that several Bears and Packers were about to scuffle.