Who are referees for NFL Playoff games?

Who are referees for NFL Playoff games?

According to an NFL press release, the rest of Vinovich’s crew for the game will be: umpire Fred Bryan, down judge Ed Camp, field judge Mearl Robinson, line judge Jeff Seeman, side judge Jonah Monroe and back judge Greg Meyer.

How much do NFL refs make during the playoffs?

Super Bowl 2022 LIVE Score and updates Although the official figures are not usually revealed publicly, after the last agreement between the league and the NFL Referees Association it was known that in the 2019 season, referees received earnings of $205,000 on average.

Who is reffing the AFC Championship Game?

referee Bill Vinovich
13-year veteran NFL referee Bill Vinovich has been assigned to officiate the Kansas City Chiefs’ AFC championship game matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals according to Football Zebras.

How are refs chosen for playoffs?

Playoff officials are selected by the NBA Referee Operations management team based on three specific criteria assessed throughout the season: NBA Referee Operations graded rankings, play-calling accuracy and team rankings.

How much does the head referee make for the Super Bowl?

However, there are estimates out there. Money.com reported back in 2018 that officials would likely make about $40,000, and that the range is probably between $30,000 and $50,000.

Who are the refs for Rams 49ers game?

According to the NFL, the rest of Torbert’s crew for the game will be umpire Bryan Neale, down judge Derick Bowers, field judge Rick Patterson, line judge Carl Johnson, side judge Keith Washington and back judge Scott Helverson. Roddy Ames will serve as the replay official.

How many Black NFL referees are there?

The five African American officials are field judge Michael Banks, line judge Carl Johnson, umpire Barry Anderson, back judge Greg Steed and side judge Boris Cheek. Thirty-six of the NFL’s 122 officials are African American.