From players to referees to fans, everyone is getting in on the Week 9 action…but maybe not in the way they imagined. Here’s 5 people who were in the right (or wrong) place at the right time…
For now, the rules are clear about what referees can look at. But Commissioner Adam Silver says the league will ‘inevitably’ reach a point where they can do more.
Major League Soccer is prepared to start its season this weekend even if there isn’t a labor deal with its referees and other on-field officials.
The call for more NBA officiating ‘transparency’ comes now from Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban in the wake of the NBA having twice in the last two weeks announced that last-second calls that went in Dallas’ favor were…
Cory Mageors is in for Skin, and he reports on a crazy tale of a soccer referee who is beheaded after he stabs a player.
Pending approval by the Playing Rules Oversight Committee next month, referees who call an elbow to the head will be allowed to use a video monitor to determine the severity of the blow
The NFL’s regular referees are in Irving, deciding whether to agree to a proposed contract from the league.
A person familiar with the situation says the NFL and its locked-out officials have resumed talks in an attempt to resolve an impasse that has created a firestorm over the use of replacements refs.
“If it keeps going on, it’s going to get ugly,” Green Bay Packers player TJ Lang said during a Tuesday afternoon interview with CBS Radio Detroit.
The league said in a statement Tuesday that Seattle’s last-second touchdown pass should not have been overturned.
The first final-play, game-winning touchdown in the 43-year history of Monday Night Football has set off a firestorm of criticism of the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell and the regular officials. As it should.
“I just read a little note in the paper that the Seahawks pulled it out,” Jones told New School, insisting that he hadn’t seen the game, reviewed the replays or received a phone call about the 14-12 Seattle win.