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With less than three weeks remaining until Super Bowl LVI, the NFL has announced the officiating crew for the season’s biggest game.
The following officials will oversee the final contest of the 2021 season, which will take place at SoFI Stadium in Inglewood, California on Feb. 13:
Referee: Ron Torbert
Umpire: Bryan Neale
Down Judge: Derick Bowers (XLIII)
Line Judge: Carl Johnson (XLII, LIV)
Field Judge: Rick Patterson (XXXVII, XXXIX)
Side Judge: Keith Washington
Back Judge: Scott Helverson (XLII, XLV)
Replay Official: Roddy Ames
Of the eight officials, only four (Bowers, Johnson, Helverson, Patterson) have prior experience in the Super Bowl, as indicated by the numbers next to their names.
Super Bowl LVI will feature the winners of Championship Sunday. The Kansas City Chiefs host the Cincinnati Bengals at 3 p.m. ET for the AFC crown, and the visiting San Francisco 49ers face the Los Angeles Rams in a battle of NFC West rivals for the NFC title at 6:30 p.m. ET.
In the immediate aftermath of Thursday night’s 29-17 loss to the division-rival Cleveland Browns, Tomlin gave a definitive answer to whether or not he will re-evaluate Mitchell Trubisky as the team’s starting quarterback.
After being traded to Cleveland from Dallas in the offseason, wide receiver Amari Cooper has found initial success with his new team, pairing up with Jacoby Brissett to lead the Browns to victory over the Steelers on Thursday night. Of the trade, Brissett said “I’m glad they did it.”
The Jacoby Brissett-led Cleveland Browns held off the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night to take first place in the NFC North in the early portion of Week 3.
The official inactives for the Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.
A two-time Super Bowl winner is heading to Baltimore to provide some pass-rush punch. Former  Giants and Buccaneers Pro Bowler Jason Pierre-Paul is signing a one-year deal with the Ravens.
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Through two weeks, the leash on Mitchell Trubisky appears to be getting shorter, and the patience of Steelers receivers, including rookie George Pickens, is running thin.
The Baker Mayfield era is off to a rough start in Charlotte. The former Browns QB has been average, which is understandably not good enough to win in today’s NFL, and he knows it
Carson Wentz is two games into a career in Washington, where he’s filling the starting role at quarterback for the Commanders, an NFC East rival of the Eagles. That means two dates per year with Wentz’s former employer — starting this Sunday.
Austen Lane, who played three seasons for the Jaguars and one for the Detroit Lions, defeated the previously unbeaten Richard Jacobi via first-round technical knockout Tuesday night in a heavyweight bout on the Dana White Contender Series to earn an Ultimate Fighting Championship contract.
Bolts quarterback Justin Herbert was limited in Wednesday’s practice, according to the Chargers’ practice report. Despite the designation, coach Brandon Staley presented a fairly optimistic outlook on Herbert’s condition.
Baltimore QB Lamar Jackson was limited in practice Wednesday due to an elbow injury, but said he’s fine and ready to throw “a lot Sunday.”
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