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Week 15 referee assignments

Walt Anderson begins the fifteenth week of the season with the Thursday night game in Kansas City.



Walt Anderson begins the fifteenth week of the season with the Thursday night game in Kansas City. This is his third Thursday night game of the year, and the second in three weeks. Brad Allen and Clay Martin will be working the two Saturday night games in The New Meadowlands and Denver, respectively. Tony Corrente will be working on Monday night in Carolina, in which it will be his third Monday night assignment of the season, and the second in three weeks. Bill Vinovich will be working his fifth Sunday night game of the season this week, in which two of those five were flexed into that time slot.

Craig Wrolstad and his crew are off this week.

In the past two weeks, crews have been assigned to work two home games for the same team in the regular season, which is usually a policy that the officiating department tries to avoid. This week has the most return trips for crews of any so far, with nine different crews re-visiting a stadium they worked in at some point earlier in the season.

Scheduled assignments are subject to unannounced changes.

Thursday, Dec. 13

  • Chargers at Chiefs  FOX NFLN   —  Walt Anderson

Saturday, Dec. 15

  • Texans at Jets (4:30 p.m. ET)  NFLN  —  Brad Allen
  • Browns at Broncos (8:20 p.m. ET)  NFLN  —  Clay Martin

Sunday, Dec. 16

  • Cardinals at Falcons  —  Shawn Smith
  • Buccaneers at Ravens  —  Ron Torbert
  • Lions at Bills  —  Jerome Boger
  • Packers at Bears  —  John Hussey
  • Raiders at Bengals  —  Alex Kemp
  • Cowboys at Colts  —  Carl Cheffers
  • Washington at Jaguars  —  Clete Blakeman
  • Dolphins at Vikings  —  Walt Coleman
  • Titans at Giants  —  Shawn Hochuli
  • Seahawks at 49ers  —  Pete Morelli
  • Patriots at Steelers —  John Parry
  • Eagles at Rams  NBC  —  Bill Vinovich

Monday, Dec. 17

  • Saints at Panthers  ESPN  —  Tony Corrente

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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