Referee Jeff Triplette will retire from the NFL

Embed from Getty Images   Referee Jeff Triplette is set to retire from the field after a 22-year NFL officiating career, having called his final game in Saturday's Wild Card Playoff game, according to a report by Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network. This is consistent with some of the discussion in officiating

Jeff Triplette resigns as NFLRA president

Embed from Getty Images   Jeff Triplette has resigned as president of the NFL Referees Association (NFLRA), the officials' union. Vice president Tony Steratore is now president. The NFLRA Board of Directors appointed Carl Paganelli as vice president. Triplette had been NFLRA president since 2013 after serving as vice president and as a

Jim Quirk Sr. to retire as NFLRA boss

Embed from Getty Images   Jim Quirk Sr., NFL officiating veteran and executive director of the NFL Referees Association, the officials union, is retiring from his post, according to an Associated Press report. Quirk has been executive director since 2013. Former NFL referee and  former president of the NFLRA, Scott Green, will replace Quirk. Green

Jim Quirk retains post as head of referees’ union [updated]

Embed from Getty Images Update, 4/11: The union meetings have concluded, and Jim Quirk remains as the executive director. The matter of replacing Quirk did not come to a vote at the meetings that were "sparsely attended," according to one union member. Football Zebras has not been in contact with all