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Week 16 referee assignments

Tony Corrente and Carl Cheffers will be working the two Saturday night games this holiday weekend.



Tony Corrente and Carl Cheffers will be working the Saturday night games in Baltimore and Green Bay, respectively. Bill Vinovich and Ron Torbert will be working on Christmas Day. Walt Coleman has the holiday weekend off.

Update: Walt Anderson is now scheduled for LAR-TEN, Brad Allen has MIA-KC, and Jeff Triplette will be working JAX-SF. This is the third change-up of assignments in the second half of the season, previously happening in Week 11 and Week 14. The changes have occurred with the same crews, and this time, the entire crews have moved around instead of some of the officials swapping places. This is an unprecedented amount of movement of the assignments. In past seasons, crews received their Christmas week assignments at the beginning of the season so they can plan their holiday seasons. In the case of this week, the dates are not changed, but only the cities they are working in.

Saturday, Dec. 23

  • Colts at Ravens (4:30 p.m. ET)  NFLN —  Tony Corrente
  • Vikings at Packers (8:30 p.m. ET)  NBC —  Carl Cheffers

Sunday, Dec. 24

  • Buccaneers at Panthers  —  Jerome Boger
  • Browns at Bears  —  Terry McAulay
  • Lions at Bengals  —  Gene Steratore
  • Dolphins at Chiefs  —  Brad Allen
  • Bills at Patriots  —  Craig Wrolstad
  • Falcons at Saints  —  Pete Morelli
  • Chargers at Jets  —  Clete Blakeman
  • Rams at Titans  —  Walt Anderson
  • Broncos at Washington  —  Ed Hochuli
  • Jaguars at 49ers  —  Jeff Triplette
  • Giants at Cardinals  —  John Parry
  • Seahawks at Cowboys  —  John Hussey

Monday, Dec. 25

  • Steelers at Texans (3:30 p.m. ET)  NFLN NBC  —  Bill Vinovich
  • Raiders at Eagles (8:30 p.m. ET)  ESPN  —  Ron Torbert

Cam Filipe is a forensic scientist and has been involved in football officiating for 12 years. Cam is in his fourth season as a high school football official. This is his ninth season covering NFL officiating for Football Zebras.

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