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Week 11 referee assignments

Ron Torbert will be the referee for the Thursday night game in Pittsburgh. John Hussey will work the final game in the International Series this season when the Patriots and Raiders face off on Sunday afternoon from Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.

The Buccaneers and Dolphins will play their game initially scheduled for Week 1 this Sunday. Pete Morelli was initially assigned to this game, however, Tony Corrente will be in Miami to officiate the makeup game.

The crews of Clete Blakeman, Jerome Boger, and Terry McAulay are off this week. The Panthers, Colts, Jets, and 49ers have a bye.

Update 11/16: There has apparently been a partial scheduling change. Gene Steratore will now be in Chicago, and Allen will be in the Meadowlands this week. Both referees will be working with a mixed crew with some officials still assigned to the originally scheduled game for their crew.

Thursday, Nov. 16

  • Titans at Steelers   NBC  NFLN    —   Ron Torbert

Sunday, Nov. 19

  • Buccaneers at Dolphins   —   Tony Corrente
  • Lions at Bears   â€”   Gene Steratore (mixed crew)
  • Jaguars at Browns   —   Pete Morelli
  • Ravens at Packers   —   Jeff Triplette
  • Cardinals at Texans   —   Ed Hochuli
  • Rams at Vikings   —   Walt Anderson
  • Washington at Saints   —   Walt Coleman
  • Chiefs at Giants   â€”   Brad Allen (mixed crew)
  • Bills at Chargers   —   John Parry
  • Bengals at Broncos   —   Craig Wrolstad
  • Patriots vs. Raiders (Mexico City)   —   John Hussey
  • Eagles at Cowboys    NBC   â€”   Bill Vinovich

Monday, Nov. 20

  • Falcons at Seahawks    ESPN   â€”   Carl Cheffers
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Cameron Filipe
Cam Filipe is a graduate student at Boston University and has been involved in football officiating for ten years. Cam is in his second season as a high school football official. This is his seventh season covering NFL officiating for Football Zebras.

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