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Baltimore Ravens fans cheer the return of regular referees during the game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday
Baltimore Ravens fans cheer the return of regular referees during the game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday (Larry French/Getty Images)
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NFL Refs Approve Deal

NFL referees have voted and approved a new eight-year deal with the league. Now they all can get back to the business of calling games.

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RNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
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Goodell Apologizes To Fans For Replacement Games [VIDEO]

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is apologizing to fans for having to use replacement officials during a lockout of regular refs.

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Jamie Squire, Getty Images
Jamie Squire, Getty Images
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Players, Obama Welcome NFL Regular Ref Back To Work [VIDEO]

 

One NFL player says he never thought he'd be excited to see the referees return to work -- he says "it's about time."

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Eric Scott Interviews State Senate President Steve Sweeney on July 03
Eric Scott Interviews State Senate President Steve Sweeney (Double Down/NJ1015)
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Sweeney Says NFL Settlement With Refs Is Good News

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney (D) says the NFL's settlement with referees is "good news for the league, the officials, the players and the fans."

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Does the President need to step in on the referees strike?
Controversial call at the end of the Seattle-Green Bay game. (Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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Reports: NFL, Regular Refs Close To Deal

Two days after a controversial call cost the Green Bay Packers a win, the NFL and the referees' union are reportedly nearing an end to a lockout that put replacement officials on the field since the start of the season.

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Steve Sweeney
Senate President Steve Sweeney (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sweeney’s Grab For A Headline Over NFL Replacement Refs

Until yesterday what I knew about Steve Sweeney was limited to the fact that he’s the President of the New Jersey State Senate and a Democrat from Gloucester County.

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Could the replacement referees cause you a disability?
Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images
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Looking for a Disability to Retire From? How About Referee Rage?

It seems like more and more people are always looking for a way to get federal assistance or looking for a quick way to retire due to some form of a "health issue." Well, in light of the recent events that have been taking place in the NFL, Jim has a brand new disability that people could wind up retiring from.

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Otto Gruele, Jr., Getty Images
Otto Gruele, Jr., Getty Images
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NJ Senate President Sweeney Wants To Ban NFL Replacement Refs [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney is preparing to introduce a measure next week that would ban replacement refs from professional sporting events in the Garden State.

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Replacement Weatherguy
Replacement Weatherguy (WGBA TV)
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Green Bay TV Station Brings In Its Own Replacement [VIDEO]

So you're the NBC station in Green Bay the morning after your team was robbed of a win by the NFL's replacement refs. How do you react to the story?

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Does the President need to step in on the referees strike?
Controversial call at the end of the Seattle-Green Bay game. (Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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President Obama Needs to Throw a Flag on the NFL Referee Lockout [POLL]

The last thing we need in New Jersey or this country for that matter, is more government. But in the case of the NFL and it’s referee lockout, we may have found an exception.

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