NFL Looking To Speed Up Games Via Officiating And BreaksFor all those NFL fans longing for more action, fewer interruptions and a better flow to games, Commissioner Roger Goodell is with you.
Foul! NBA Plans To Keep Stats On Referees, TooThe NBA will start keeping stats on officials, too.
NFL Is Considering Making Referees FulltimeThe NFL is considering making referees full-time employees and centralizing replay review at its New York headquarters as it aims for more consistent, shorter games.
NFL Sets Record For Most Penalty Flags Ever Through Three WeeksThe dreaded yellow flags have been raining down on NFL teams this year in record numbers.
Dave From Salisbury Is Not Happy With RefsDave called in unhappy with the refs performance in the Ravens match-up with the Bengals.
NFL Refs Approve Deal, Ready For Sunday GamesNFL referees are ready to become unnoticed again, just as they prefer.
Opinion: The NFL Is Ruining Its Own Brand With Cheap Replacement RefsWant to know what a company looks like when it fires all its experienced workers and hires on cheap replacements? Watch last night’s embarrassment of a game between Green Bay and Seattle. But this is about more than just a game. This is about a trend in our national economy where trained professionals are cast aside for inferior workers.
Albert Breer Of The NFL NetworkThe NFL Network's Albert Breer joins Hayine & Zinno with Ken Weinman filling in for Bob. Breer discusses the Ravens 2012 season, the replacement refs and the other NFL headlines.
Mark Zinno: NFL Referees, You Are What You WearIn the jungle of professional sports, the NFL is the lion and the referees are, well, the zebra!
NFL Owners, Pay The Refs!With the recent news that the NFL wants to pay their officials less money than last season and their holdout not close to ending, Glenn Younes went into one of his world famous G-unit rants, telling the NFL how it should be done.
Red Flags For NFL: Referees & Bounty Evidence
NFL Executive Ray Anderson Talks FootballVinny & Kenny bring in NFL Vice President of Operations Ray Anderson to talk about this year's rule changes and more.