Week 14 referee assignments

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 The Panthers-Saints game was flexed to Sunday night, and the originally scheduled NBC game was moved to 1 p.m. Eastern. Walt Anderson will preside over the flexed game.

Mike Carey’s crew is off this week.

Thursday, Dec. 5

  • Texans at Jaguars NFLN — Tony Corrente

Sunday, Dec. 8

  • Vikings at Ravens — Pete Morelli
  • Colts at Bengals — Jeff Triplette
  • Browns at Patriots — Jerome Boger
  • Raiders at Jets — Gene Steratore
  • Lions at Eagles — Ed Hochuli
  • Dolphins at Steelers — John Parry
  • Bills at Buccaneers — Bill Vinovich
  • Chiefs at Redskins — Carl Cheffers
  • Falcons at Packers — Bill Leavy
  • Titans at Broncos — Scott Green
  • Rams at Cardinals — Walt Coleman
  • Giants at Chargers — Ron Winter
  • Seahawks at 49ers — Clete Blakeman
  • Panthers at Saints NBC — Walt Anderson

Monday, Dec. 9

  • Cowboys at Bears ESPN — Terry McAulay

Some assignments courtesy of Football-refs.com. Image: Dallas Cowboys photo

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  7. Carl Parks says:

    Ben, I know this has been asked before, but I haven’t seen it answered yet.

    Where can I go to get the background of any official on a ref’s crew?

    Football-refs (which you link to here) is very helpful for the bio’s of a referee, but provides no information at all on the umpires and judges that make up the ref’s crew.

  8. Ben Austro Ben Austro says:

    There’s no single source. There are 102 non-referee officials, so it’s a lot of legwork

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