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(March 1999) Instant Replay was voted in on a vote 28-3. Each coach will have 2 challenges per half. Each challenge will be used with one of the teams time-outs. If the coach is wrong the time-out is gone, and if the officials were wrong, then the time-out is given back. Also, in the last two minutes of each half, a replay assistant will be able to stop the game and have a play or call challenged. The replay assistants will usually be retired officials.

(April 14, 1999) The NFL Players Draft will start on Saturday. Check your local listings for the time and channel in your area. Also, the NFL Europe League will start on Saturday as well. Check out there web site for more information. www.nfleurope.com

(April 15, 1999) The NFL Pre-Season will begin on August 7. Check your local listings when that date comes along for the games and times in your area.

(April 27, 1999) Referee Tony Corrente #99, is currently working the NFL Europe League with Bill Leavy and Jim Saracino working at the Referee's position. During the regular NFL season, both Bill Leavy and Jim Saracino is a Back Judge. They are currently working at the referee position, to gain more experience at that position to hopefully get that location next NFL season.

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(May 2, 1999) Also working the NFL Europe League with the officials above are Referee Pete Morelli #135, which during the regular season is a Field Judge; Referee Kirk Dornan #6, who has three years experience in NFL Europe is active also. Kirk is a Back Judge in the regular NFL season.

(May 16, 1999) I just found out today that Jeff Triplette #42 is currently working the NFL Europe League as a referee also. He works as a Back Judge in the regular NFL season.

(May 22, 1999) NFL Referee Ron Winter, is also working the NFL Europe League with the officials above. Out of the 113 NFL Officials, 72 of those have NFL Europe experience.

(May 27, 1999) The NFL pre-season will now start on August 7. The first game will be the Hall-Of-Fame game in Canton, Ohio between the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns. The game will be played on a Monday night for the first time in NFL History. Also, there will be 64 pre-season games and 63 of those games will have Instant Replay. The game that will not, is the one that will be played in Australia.

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(June 19, 1999) All in the family On Aug. 14, Byron Boston gets his Father's Day present — working an NFL game in which his son, Arizona rookie WR David, is playing. (Check out the Officiating Articles Page for complete story)

(July 9, 1999) Here is the link to the 1999 Pre-Season TV Schedule. The pre-season will kick off on August 7.

(July 24, 1999) The NFL has established a new rule towards equipment. The only footballs with the special "K" stamp, will be used for kicks and punts this season. Complete Article can be found on the articles page.

(July 30, 1999) Oregon Governor Signs Bill Protecting Sports Officials. Complete Article can be found on the articles page.

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(August 3, 1999) The Pre-Season will kick off this Saturday with the American Bowl, which will be played in Australia. This game will be on at 9:00 p.m. est. on FOX.

(August 7, 1999) The 1999 Roster of Officials has been put out by the NFL. The complete roster can be found on this site. 1999 Roster of Officials

(August 7, 1999) The Denver Broncos will play the San Diego Chargers in the American Bowl in Australia. This is the first game of the NFL pre-season. The game can be found on FOX at 9:00 p.m. EST.

(August 9, 1999) The new Cleveland Browns will take on the Dallas Cowboys in the Hall-of-Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. You can find the game on ABC at 8:00 p.m. EST.

(August 13, 1999) The New York Giants will take on the Minnesota Vikings tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST. on ESPN.

(August 14, 1999) All in the family On Aug. 14, Byron Boston gets his Father's Day present — working an NFL game in which his son, Arizona rookie WR David, is playing. (Check out the Officiating Articles Page for complete story)

(August 19, 1999) The Seattle Seahawks will take on the San Francisco 49ers on ESPN. The game will start at 8:00 p.m. EST.

(August 23, 1999) This web site has just learned that during the Minnesota vs. Cleveland game on Saturday night, Side Judge Ron Liebsack #76 suffered a broken left fibula and a sprained knee, during the second quarter.

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(September 11, 1999) NFL kicks off 80th season with Browns return, Broncos chase Super Bowl "three-peat," Marino seeking 60,000 yards. Opening Day

(September 19, 1999) Referee Johnny Grier #23, could not attend his scheduled game, because he felt ill prior to the game. He was scheduled to work the Chargers vs. Bengal's game. Referee Walt Coleman #65 took his place.

(September 19, 1999) Umpire James Duke #74 was hurt during the 1st quarter of the Steelers vs. Ravens game. Line Judge Ron Baynes #56 took his place. Duke's injury was to his right foot. Later, he returned to the game.

(September 21, 1999) Former Referee Jerry Markbreit, has became a replay official for the new instant replay technology. Jerry Markbreit, was a 23 year veteran of the NFL before retiring last season.

(September 26, 1999) Back Judge Bobby Skelton #73, was injured during the Philadelphia/ Buffalo game. He is a member of Referee Jeff Triplette's crew. Updates on his condition will be posted when received.

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(October 4, 1999) Line Judge Jeff Bergman #32, was injured during the Seahawks/Raiders game on Sunday night. The injury seemed to be not serious, but doctors were examining his Achilles. Updates will be posted when available.

(October 5, 1999) Referee Bill Carollo #63, worked two games during week four. The reason is unknown at this time. He worked Arizona @ Dallas on Sunday and Buffalo @ Miami on Monday night.

(October 19, 1999) Referee Larry Nemmers #20, has not worked a game since week #2. The reason is unknown to this website at this time. I will post a follow up as soon as I receive the information.

(October 22, 1999) Sports Officials Testify For Legislation to Stop Attacks. Click here for more.

(October 24, 1999) Referee Larry Nemmers #20 is back on duty. He worked his first game since week #2 today, which was Philadelphia vs. Miami.

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(November 1, 1999) Umpire Scott Dawson #70, received a laceration to his face on Sunday during the St. Louis/ Tennessee game. He was knocked down during a play. The injury was not too serious, he returned to the game shortly after leaving to get a bandage.

(November 21, 1999) The Big 10 Conference has fired basketball referee Ted Valentine for the 1999-00 season. Click here for the complete article.

(November 25, 1999)  Jerry Markbreit's book called "Last Call", will not be published until spring of 2000.  The delay is because of Jerry's busy schedule. You may purchase the book when it is published at www.barnesandnoble.com and www.amazon.com

(November 28, 1999Head Linesman Mark Hittner #28 was hit in the face today by a spiked ball.  When the offensive and defensive receivers fell to the ground, after trying to catch a pass,  Mark went in and slipped on the turf ruling the pass incomplete.  The offensive receiver spiked the ball and it came up and hit Mark in the face.  Mark was ok, he threw a flag for Unsportsman like Conduct.

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(December 1, 1999SEC refs suspended for fumble call.  Click here  for more.

(December 18, 1999Referee Bernie Kukar #86 could not work his scheduled game today between San Francisco and Carolina, because of an ankle strain.  Referee Bill Carollo #63 took his place.  Bill will also work tomorrow's game at Tennessee.  We will post updates when the come available.  

(December 19, 1999Referee Jeff Triplette #24 was attacked by a player during his game today against Jacksonville and Cleveland.  Click here for article.   (Updates will be posted)

(December 21, 1999Referee Gerry Austin's crew did make the correct call during the Monday Night Football game two weeks ago.  Click here for article.

(December 22, 1999Brown suspended indefinitely by league for attack on Referee Jeff Triplette #42.  Click here for article.

(December 22, 1999The National Football League is currently reviewing the current flag throwing method used by their officials.  Click here for article. 

(December 23, 1999The NFL officials are now currently complete their yearly visits to children's hospitals.   Click here for article.

(December 30, 1999The new "Break Away" lanyard has been introduced by Fox 40. Click here for article.

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(January 2, 2000Head Linesman Sid Semon #109 will be retiring after this season.  Sid has given 22 years service to the league.  He has received many playoff games and Super Bowl assignments during his career.  

(January 8, 2000Referee Phil Luckett #59 worked his first playoff game as a referee.  And they had another controversial call on the last play of the game.   The play showed the kickoff and when the receiver obtained the ball in his possession he attempted a lateral which looked like a forward pass.  It was very very close.  So Luckett reviewed it under a Booth review and the final ruling was that the ruling on the field stood, the ball was thrown parallel to the line of the other receiver.  Updates will be posted on this event.

(January 8, 2000Referee Bob McElwee #95 and his crew was involved in a big squabble on the field during the Detroit/Washington wild card game.  A fight broke out between two players and Bob tried to break them up; however Bob got  too close and fell to the ground with the players.  Then the whole team jumped on the pile that Bob was laying under.  Flags were flying everywhere at this point.  Then at the end of the fight, Bill Leavy #127 was inadvertently hit in the head by a player.  The player was ejected immediately when control was gained over the game.  Bob was ok after the event.  He had some microphone problems, but they were fixed and the game went on as scheduled.

(January 9, 2000Wayne Gandy of the Pittsburgh Steelers was fined $20,000 by the NFL but will not be suspended for shoving Referee Tom White #123 during the January 2 game against Tennessee.  The reason for the fine, is because the league determined that Gandy came in contact with White two times during the incident. 

(January 11, 2000Tre' Johnson of the Washington Redskins, will not be suspended for the fight that he was in during the Detroit/Washington wild card playoff game.  The league says, that he will face other disciplinary action for his involvement in the fight.  Johnson received the ejection after he came in contact with Back Judge Bill Leavy #127.  Leavy was trying to restrain Johnson and the other players and Johnson inadvertently hit Leavy in the head.   Updates on this story will be posted when them become available.  

(January 11, 2000Tre' Johnson has been fined for the fight that occurred during the Detroit/Washington Wild Card Playoff game.  Click here for article. 

(January 20, 2000Randy Moss was fined for water incident.  Click here for article.

(January 30, 2000)  Super Bowl Sunday is finally here!  You can find all you need to know about the game at our Super Bowl 34 page or head on over to the official super bowl site  www.superbowl.com.  Next week we will post the Pro Bowl officiating history as well as this years Pro Bowl Officiating Crew.

(January 31, 2000 Referee Bob McElwee's crew for the Super Bowl did a fantastic job.  Only the best graded officials during the year are awarded the Super Bowl and this crew showed those grades.  Congratulations to Bob and his crew for doing an excellent job.

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(February 19, 2000)  NFL Europe League will kick off on April 15, 2000.  www.nfleurope.com will keep you up to date on all new news.  

(February 19, 2000 Virginia House Supports Officials Assault Bill

(February 19, 2000)  Washington Assault Bill Leaps Major Hurdle

(March 29, 2000Owners vote that Instant Replay Stays.  Click here for article.

(March 23, 2000Committee approves instant replay; NFL owners vote next.  Click here for article.

(March 13, 2000Georgia House Passes Sports Officials Assault Bill.  Click here for article.

(March 1, 2000Orlando Brown's suspension has been terminated.  Click here for article.

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(April 26, 2000Brown's lineman Orlando Brown, hires Johnnie Cochran.  Click here for article.

(April 9, 2000)  Georgia Enacts Law to Protect Sports Officials.  Click here for article.

(April 9, 2000NASO Speaks Up for Officials.  Click here for article.

(April 4, 2000NFL release 2000 team schedules.  Click here for schedules.

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(May 24, 2000)  Player conduct addressed during meetings.  Click here for article.

(May 21, 2000Retired NFL Referee wins NASO Gold Whistle Award.  Click here for article. 

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(June 25, 2000)  Helmet-Cam and Umpire-Cam making debut during World Bowl.  Click here for article.

(June 25, 2000)  Cashion Re-Elected NASO Treasurer.  Click here for article. 

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(July 22, 2000)  The NFL has changed game times of the Hall Of Fame Game between New England  vs.  San Francisco and the game between St. Louis  vs.  Tennessee from 8:00 pm to 7:00 pm EST.

(July 20, 2000)  Carl Everett has been suspended 10 games and fined for bumping Umpire Ron Kulpa.  Get the latest on this news story at espn.com  (BASEBALL Follow-Up)

(July 18, 2000)  Umpires can request box to be re-drawn.  Click here for article.  (BASEBALL Follow-Up)

(July 17, 2000)  Everett could face severe punishment.  Click here for article.  (BASEBALL)

(July 12, 2000NFL Officiating Chief Jerry Seeman to retire after season.  Click here for article.

(July 12, 2000 Officials brace for negotiations.  Click here for article.

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(August 25, 2000Back Judge Don Dorkowski #113 was injured during the Vikings/Colts pre-season game.  During a punt a defender accidentally bumped into his left shoulder.   He did not initially appear hurt, but after the play he began holding his left shoulder and was attended to by Colts trainers. This occurred with 6 minutes left in the first half in which he left the game holding the shoulder and did not return.  Field Judge Paul Baetz #22 filled in for Don for the remainder of the game.

(August 17, 2000 Being an Official in the NFL is a whole different ballgame says Matt Millen.  Click here for article.

(August 07, 2000 Fox Announcer Matt Millen to Umpire.  Click here for article.

 

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(September 29, 2000Taunting rules Broadened.  Click here for article.

(September 26, 2000League apologizes again to Steelers.  Click here for article.

(September 25, 200049ers Suspend Ownens for Touchdown Celebrations.  Click here for article.

(September 24, 20004th quarter plagued with ejectionsClick here for article.

(September 20, 2000Orlando Brown possibly considering Legal action against NFL, since he was released from the Browns.  Click here for article.

(September 20, 2000)   Assistant Webmaster Mark E., has created a website about Major League Umpires.  It is a fantastic site.  Here is the url:  http://members.tripod.com/baseballump/MLBUmps/index.html 

(September 20, 2000Jerry Seeman, the NFL's senior director of officiating, contacted the Steelers and informed them the game officials were in error for not stopping the clock when QB Kent Graham was sacked on what turned out to be the final play of the game. That play began at the Browns 6-yard line with 14 seconds left and the Steelers trailing, 23-20. Graham was sacked by rookie DE Courtney Brown, and time expired before the field goal team could get onto the field to attempt to tie the game.  According to NFL rules, the clock stops after the quarterback is sacked until the ball is spotted by the referee. That normally takes about five seconds, and then the clock starts again. Seeman's admission of error will do nothing to change the outcome of the game.  (This insert was from www.usatoday.com

(September 18, 2000NFL Stands by Safety Call.  Click here for article.
 
(September 12, 2000Head Linesman Dale Williams #8 will be out for about four weeks because of  a hurt knee.  He is scheduled to have surgery this week.  We hope Dale a speedy recovery and will keep you posted on his progress.

(September 7, 2000NFL makes rule clarification.  Click here for article.

(September 3, 2000Referee Bill Carollo #63 suspended play for lightning.  Click here for article.

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(October 31, 2000Randy Moss faces a big fine for contacting official.  Click here for article.

(October 29, 2000Randy Moss was ejected for contacting Field Judge Lloyd PcPeters #64.    Click here for article.

(October 22, 2000We have learned that the League has fined the Washington Redskins $20,000 for breaking league crowd-noise control rules by using their public-address system for cheerleading during the team's victory over Tampa Bay on Oct. 1.  By rule,  teams are not allowed to use the PA systems for ''cheerleading.''  (This info was from www.usatoday.com)

(October 8, 2000Penalty flag continues to be trouble for Referee Jeff Triplette #42.  Click here for article. 

(October 3, 2000League explains Taunting Rules.  Click here for article.

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(November 30, 2000Sapp fined for Taunting.  Click here for article.

(November 19, 2000Atlanta player ejected.  Click here for article.

 

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(December 26, 2000Referee Johnny Grier #23, calls Miami and New England back onto field.    Click here for article.

(December 24, 2000Chain crew official injured during the Cincinnati vs. Philadelphia game.    Click here for article.

(December 19, 2000League investigating field conditions.    Click here for article.

(December 17, 2000Dallas player ejected. Click here for article.

(December 17, 2000Snowy field in Cincinnati gives Referee Jeff Triplette #42 and crew a test. Click here for article.

(December 17, 2000Safety ruling explained.  Crew made correct call.  Click here for article.

(December 15, 2000NFL to manage Arena League Officials.  Click here for article.

(December 10, 2000Two players ejected during Cowboy game.  Click here for article.

(December 10, 2000Umpire Jim Duke #74, injured during game.  Click here for article.

(December 7, 2000)  The show, "NFL Films Presents" hosted by Steve Sabol, has  spent time with Referee Johnny Grier's crew during this season.  It is a half-hour long show and this segment is entitled "The Official Story".   The show will be premiere this weekend on ESPN.  

Here are the show times for this show:  (Times are Eastern)   
Fri, Dec. 8: NFL Films Presents: The Official Story ESPN2 7:30 p.m. 
Mon, Dec. 11: NFL Films Presents: The Official Story ESPN 2:30 a.m. 
Mon, Dec. 11: NFL Films Presents: The Official Story ESPN 4 p.m. 
Tue, Dec. 12: NFL Films Presents: The Official Story ESPN2 12:30 p.m. 
Tue, Dec. 12: NFL Films Presents: The Official Story ESPN2 3:30 p.m.

(December 5, 2000 Mike Pereira will take Jerry Seeman's place as Director of Officiating.  Click here for article.

 

(December 3, 2000Chiefs gain apology from league.  Click here for article.

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(January 25, 2001Referee Gerry Austin #34 gets Super Bowl  35 call.  Click here for article.

(January 14, 2001Minnesota player #82 was ejected late in the 3rd quarter of the NFC Championship game for flagrantly punching a N.Y.G. player.  This was the first ejection during the 2000 playoffs.

(January 8, 2001Coin toss honorees chosen.    Click here for article.

(January 1, 2001Working the Super Bowl is every officials goal.    Click here for article.

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(August 31st)  Replacements Did an Overall Fair Job.
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(August 30th)  Replacements Offered More Games.
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(August 30th)  Replacement Officials Start Officiating Tonight.
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(August 29th)  Consistency and Ability of Replacements in Question.
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(August 28th)  NFL Officials are Officially Locked Out.
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(August 28th)  Replacement Officials Close to in Place for Weekend.
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(August 28th)  Officials Still Without a Contract After Monday Meeting.
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(August 27th)  Final Meeting on Negotiations in Progress.
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(August 24th)  Commissioner Schedules a Final Meeting Monday. 
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(August 23th)  NFL Officials Were Contacted By Commissioner.
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(August 23th)  Questions and Answers with ESPN's John Clayton.
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(August 22th)  NFL Officials May be Facing a Lockout.
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(August 20th)  Zero Progress Made Today on New Contracts.
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(August 20th)  Instant Replay Assistants may be Lost.
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(August 16th)  Contract Negotiations will Resume next Week.
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(August 14th)  Increased Pay for Officials was Proposed by League.
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(August 13th)  Referee Tom White's (#123) Pre-season Game Postponed.
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(August 12th)  No change in status of Official's new Contract.
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(August 9th)  Official's contract negotiations are continuing.
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(August 9th)  Non-NFL official's could be working season games.
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(August 8th)  Officials want non received pay.
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(August 5th)  Umpires are testing new positioning.
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(August 3rd)  Officiating clinic in Dallas went on smoothly.
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(September 20th)  Director of Officiating Answers Questions.
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(September 19th)  Its Official:  NFL Officials Sign Contract.
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(September 19th)  Agreement Unlikely by Deadline.
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(September 17th)  NFL Officials and League Close to Agreement.
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(September 13th)  League Decides Not to Play Week #2.
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(September 11th)  League Makes Statements About U.S. Tragedy.
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(September 10th)  Replacements Will Work Week #2.
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(September 10th)  Kansas City and Oakland Furious Over Officiating.
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(September 10th)  Week #1 Replacement Officiating Breakdown.
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(September 7th)  President Bush Will Conduct Coin Tosses From White House.
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(September 7th)  NFL Officials Offer Turned Down By League.
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(September 6th)  Latest Offer By League is Turned Down by Officials.
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(September 5th)  Inside the Life of a NFL Referee.
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(September 5th)  League Makes Higher Offer to NFL Officials.
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(September 4th)  Today's Negotiations Got Nowhere.
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(September 2nd)  Possible Contract Resolution Late This Week.
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(September 1st)  Ed Hochuli States that Lockout May Be Longer.
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(October 21st)  Multiple Players Ejected During Tennessee vs. Detroit Game.   
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(October 19th)  World of Officiating:  Soccer official finds an envelop with white powder in Hotel Room.   
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(October 11th)  League Makes Schedule Changes.
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(October 8th)  Instant Replay Details.
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(October 8th)  Sunday's Games Were Delayed Nine Minutes.
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(October 3rd)  Super Bowl will be played in Louisiana.
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(October 1st)  Player Ejected for flagrant hit.
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(November 27th)   Referee Ron Blum #7 makes correct ruling during MNF the league announced today.
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(November 24th)   Coach Mora Fined for Comments.
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(November 14th)   League explains the MNF ruling.
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(November 13th)   Referee Bernie Kukar #86 and crew made correct ruling during Monday Night Football.
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(November 13th)   A few time changes for games in December.
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(November 5th)   Ejected New Orleans player speaks.
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(November 5th)   NFL Requests Federal Aid For Super Bowl Security. 
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(November 5th)   New Orleans Player Ejected. 
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(November 1st)   Jacksonville Head Coach Apologizes. 
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(November 1st)  Kickoff Times Changed for a few games in November. 
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(December 19th)   Two stadiums plan on stopping all plastic bottle sales.
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(December 19th)   League speaks regarding future action with rowdy fans.
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(December 18th)   New Orleans fans copy bottle throwing during Monday Night Football.
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(December 17th)   Director of Officiating, Mike Pereira, answers questions regarding  the situation in Cleveland.
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(December 16th)   Referee Terry McAulay #77 explains his ruling during Jacksonville vs. Cleveland game.
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(December 16th)   Referee Terry McAulay #77 and crew announced game termination in Cleveland after fans started to throw plastic beer bottles onto the field.
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(December 15th)   A  chain crew official collapses during the Oakland  vs.  San Diego game.
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(December 5th)   The League has announced that the Secret Service will be in charge of security for Super Bowl XXXVI.
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(January 1st)  The NFL has selected the coin toss honorees for SB 36. 
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(January 31st)  Here are the officials for Super Bowl 36:

R-Bernie Kukar #86
U-Jeff Rice #44
HL-Mark Hittner #28
LJ-Ron Phares #10
FJ-Pete Morelli #135
SJ-Laird Hayes #125
BJ-Scott Green #19

Alternate R-Mike Carey #94
Alternate U-Ron Botchan #110
Replay Assistant- Howard Slavin
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(January 30th)  Super Bowl will be very safe and secure.
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(January 23rd)  Director of Officiating, Mike Pereira, says the "tuck" rule will probably not be changed.
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(January 20th)  Referee Walt Coleman #65 makes correct ruling during the Oakland vs. New England game the league explains.
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(January 20th)  Referee Walt Coleman #65, overturns a fumble call late in the fourth quarter.
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(January 16th)   Paul McCartney to host special tribute during Super Bowl.  
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(January 8th)   Our website staff has selected the officials for our "2001 NFL Officiating All-Star Crew".  Here is our first annual "All-Star crew":

R-Ed Hochuli #85
U-Ron Botchan #110
HL-Dale Williams #8
LJ-Jeff Bergman #32
FJ-Pete Morelli #135
SJ-Larry Rose #128
BJ-Ron Spitler #119

Congratulations to this years selected officials.   Our website staff will select an all-star crew each season.  If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

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(February 9th)  The Pro Bowl will be televised today starting at 4:30 PM EST on ABC.  

(February 3rd)  The Super Bowl kickoff time has moved to 6:30 pm EST to accommodate pregame activities.

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