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The guy who is doing the MMOgo

Posted by: mtnba2k on 10/25/2017 01:33 AM

Hey, the guy who is doing the MMOgo grading has been there. He knows.’”Following approval by team owners last month, the NFL’s officiating chief also will now be responsible for overseeing instant replay challenges and the final call about whether a play stands. Green doesn’t anticipate that being a radical change from the previous system where the referee would head to a sideline booth and review the play before making his own decision.MORE: NFL explains why Raiders are moving to Las VegasGreen said the.

NFL’s central officiating hub was “making their opinion known” to the referee from league headquarters far more during the previous two seasons than in the past.“In essence, they were pretty much making those decisions before,” Green said. “It’s not that big a change. To the extent we can speed things up I think that’s a positive.”

Another positive for the NFLRA is the league’s decision to loosen restrictions on touchdown celebrations.“Nothing is worse than someone going 80 yards for a touchdown and then we’re trying to figure out does that warrant a flag for what he’s doing in the end zone,” Green said. “

We don’t really enjoy that. If we could get to a point where it would simply be fines by the league, that would be great.“The issue we’ll still have is that guys can get pretty creative out there. The question of whether it’s a foul or not a foul, hopefully we’ll get closer to more of a black-and-white situation.”NFL DRAFT: Browns trade up for QB in Sporting News' latest Mock DraftGreen also is hoping for more clarity on the NFL’s plans to hire as many as 17 officials to year-long positions starting with the 2017 season in hopes of improving overall quality.Whether full-time officials are even needed is subject to debate because there are no games during the offseason. Green said there are plenty of NFLRA members willing to officiate at offseason practices if asked by the league.

We agreed to that (full-time hiring) as potentially being something that could be done,” said Green, referring to the labor deal signed between the league and NFLRA in 2012. “There are a lot of issues there. What’s the pay going to be

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