Sure, interference calls have been "reduced" to illegal contact on uncatchable passes the last few years, but I've never seen one where the interference was for screening and not for actual contact. So I can't say for sure that that play in particular has been called that way. Give me an example of one.
Maybe they just never thought of that case when the rule was put in, and Jake followed the spirit of the rule and the definition of contact when making the call. In which case they would want to clarify the rule so if/when it happens again there's no debate (again, if there even is an issue being raised about this.)
And, if in fact Jake did get it wrong, then the league should come out and say that, like they did when he got the "simultaneous touching" on the onside kick wrong earlier in the year.
Since they haven't done that, I have to assume the league considers the call to have been correct.