Phil Taylor tweets frustration with referees in Browns-Cowboys game

It didn’t take long: The first notable Cleveland Brown has already come out on Twitter with his complaint about the referees from today’s 23-20 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys: How much they paying these refs man! — Phil Taylor (@PhilTaylor98) November 18, 2012 Defensive tackle Phil Taylor, who was able to play with Ahytba

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Chris Mortenson reporting deal with NFL referees is “at hand”

We can pretty much guarantee that the Browns will be playing the Ravens under the watchful eye of replacement officials on Thursday night, but it seems there might be a chance that the regular officials will be on hand for this weekend’s games. So we’ll just have to see how badly NFL owners want to

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Let’s talk about money and NFL referees

Hooters girls offer to ref next game (H/T Busted Coverage)

Everyone has been talking about the NFL replacement referees and the lockout, and I’ve been thinking a lot about it as well. It’s even gone so far that the Hooters girls are offering to ref your next game. It’s such a big issue in such a big league that it is being used for PR

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While We’re Waiting … Time for Buffalo and Bad Big Ten


While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at A final preview of today’s home game against the Buffalo Bills: “While the Bills exploded last week, they were terrible in Week 1 against

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NFL News: Scott Fujita Speaks Out About Replacement Refs

Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita played his first game of the season Sunday, and today decided to voice his displeasure about the replacement officials working the games. Fujita is a member of the NFLPA’s executive committee, and was part of the negotiations for the current CBA. [Related: What happened on D’Qwell Jackson’s unnecessary roughness penalty]

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