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Week 2 referee assignments

Shawn Smith will be the referee for the AFC North matchup on Thursday night between the Bengals and Browns. Land Clark will be working his first game as an NFL referee in Arizona on Sunday afternoon as the Cardinals face the visiting Washington Football Team. Scott Novak is off this week.

Scheduled game assignments are subject to change due to the pandemic.

Thursday, Sep. 17

  • Bengals at Browns  NFLN  —  Shawn Smith

Sunday, Sep. 20

  • Giants at Bears  —  Bill Vinovich
  • Falcons at Cowboys  —  Brad Rogers
  • Lions at Packers  —  Clete Blakeman
  • Jaguars at Titans  —  Clay Martin
  • Vikings at Colts  —  Alex Kemp
  • Bills at Dolphins  —  Jerome Boger
  • 49ers at Jets  —  Ron Torbert
  • Rams at Eagles  —  Brad Allen
  • Broncos at Steelers  —  Adrian Hill
  • Panthers at Buccaneers  —  John Hussey
  • WAS Football Team at Cardinals  —  Land Clark
  • Chiefs at Chargers  —  Carl Cheffers
  • Ravens at Texans  —  Tony Corrente
  • Patriots at Seahawks  NBC  —  Craig Wrolstad

Monday, Sep. 21

  • Saints at Raiders  ESPN  —  Shawn Hochuli
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Cameron Filipe
Cam Filipe is a senior at the University of New Haven, majoring in forensic science. He has been involved in football officiating for eight years and currently works as a flag football official in college. This is his fifth season covering NFL officiating for Fᴏᴏᴛʙᴀʟʟ Zᴇʙʀᴀs.

2 thoughts on “Week 2 referee assignments

  1. Which U, DJ ,LJ, FJ, SJ, BJ is assigned to shawn smith,carl cheffers,craig wrolstad,jerome boger clay martin clete blakeman brad Rogers ron torbert alex Kemp john hussey land clark brad allen shawn hochuli bill vinovich tony corrente crew this week

  2. That was a horrible game called by the refs on Thursday night. The fact the very first play was challenged immediately and overturned set the tone. You guys not even having a Q&A for the Thursday night game says so much about what you think about the quality of NFL officiating.

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