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2017 ROSTER OF OFFICIALS CONFIRMED
EIGHT FIRST-YEAR NFL OFFICIALS AMONG 2017 CLASS
The NFL roster of game officials for the 2017 season will include eight first-year NFL officials among the group of 124, the league announced today.
Line judge BRIAN BOLINGER (Big Ten), line judge MIKE CARR (Big Ten), side judge RYAN DICKSON (Pac-12), down judge DAVID OLIVER (SEC), field judge MEARL ROBINSON (Pac-12), field judge BRAD ROGERS (SEC), line judge DANNY SHORT(ACC), and umpire STEVE WOODS (Big Ten) will make their NFL officiating debuts this season. 
All 17 referees from 2016 will return in 2017 and lead seven-person on-field officiating crews, led by the dean of NFL officials, WALT COLEMAN, who enters his 29th season. 
An instant replay official will work as part of each of the 17 officiating crews, including TERRI VALENTI, who becomes the first female replay official in NFL history. Valenti has worked in instant replay for the NFL for the past five seasons, serving as a replay communicator from 2012-15 and a replay assistant in 2016 before being promoted to her current position. Prior to turning her focus to replay, Valenti was an on-field official at the high school, collegiate and professional level (Arena Football League, United Football League), as well as in various international football leagues.
Five officials will not be assigned to crews and will work with different crews throughout the season. In addition to these five officials, there will be more rotation of officials among the crews to ensure the most consistent officiating across the league.
Twelve officials will work at new positions this season in an effort to capitalize on the particular strengths of each official as well as balance the needs of the overall officiating staff.
In addition, the position formerly known as “head linesman” will be called “down judge” beginning this season to more accurately depict the primary responsibility of the role ensuring the correct down and distance  as well as to eliminate the gender-based classification of the position.
Three sets of fathers and sons are included among the roster of officials  Coleman and his son, WALT IVED HOCHULI and his son, SHAWN; and STEVE FREEMAN and his son, BRAD  and four sets of brothers – ALLEN and RUSTY BAYNESJEFF and JERRY BERGMANCARLDINO & PERRY PAGANELLI; and GENE and TONY STERATORE.
Steve Freeman and PHIL MC KINNELY are the only current game officials to have also enjoyed NFL playing careers. Freeman played for 13 seasons, including 12 as a defensive back with the Buffalo Bills from 1975–86. McKinnely played for seven seasons on the offensive line from 1976–82, including five seasons with the Atlanta Falcons from 1976–80. 
The following is the complete 2017 NFL roster of officials, including crew assignments, which may change during the season due to injury, schedule conflicts, etc.:
No.
Name
Pos.
College
Crew
NFL Experience 
(including 2017)
122
Brad Allen
R
Pembroke State
Allen
4
20
Barry Anderson
U
North Carolina State
Wrolstad
11
66
Walt Anderson
R
Texas
Anderson
22
108
Gary Arthur
LJ
Wright State
Steratore
21
72
Michael Banks
FJ
Illinois State
McAulay
16
56
Allen Baynes
SJ
Auburn
Hussey
10
59
Rusty Baynes
LJ
Auburn-Montgomery
Hochuli
8
32
Jeff Bergman
DJ
Robert Morris
Triplette
26
91
Jerry Bergman
DJ
Robert Morris
McAulay
16
34
Clete Blakeman
R
Nebraska
Blakeman
10
23
Jerome Boger
R
Morehouse
Boger
14
40
Brian Bolinger
LJ
Indiana State
Allen
1
18
Byron Boston
LJ
Austin
Anderson
23
74
Derick Bowers
DJ
East Central
Coleman
15
98
Greg Bradley
DJ
Tennessee
Hochuli
9
43
Terry Brown
SJ*
Tennessee
Triplette
12
11
Fred Bryan
U
Northern Iowa
Allen
9
86
Jimmy Buchanan
FJ
South Carolina State
Hussey
9
134
Ed Camp
DJ
William Paterson
Boger
18
63
Mike Carr
LJ
Wisconsin
Boger
1
60
Gary Cavaletto
SJ
Hancock
Vinovich
15
41
Boris Cheek
SJ
Morgan State
Morelli
22
51
Carl Cheffers
R
California-Irvine
Cheffers
18
16
Kevin Codey
LJ
Western New England
Coleman
3
95
James Coleman
SJ
Arkansas
Coleman
13
65
Walt Coleman
R
Arkansas
Coleman
29
87
Walt Coleman IV
SJ
Southern Methodist
Boger
3
99
Tony Corrente
R
Cal State-Fullerton
Corrente
23
94
Hugo Cruz
DJ
Texas-Pan American
Blakeman
3
25
Ryan Dickson
SJ
Utah
Corrente
1
27
Lee Dyer
BJ
Tennessee-Chattanooga
Wrolstad
15
76
Alan Eck
U*
Bloomsburg
Corrente
2
3
Scott Edwards
SJ*
Alabama
Torbert
19
81
Roy Ellison
U
Savannah State
Steratore
15
61
Keith Ferguson
BJ
San Jose State
Hussey
18
64
Dan Ferrell
U
Cal State-Fullerton

15
71
Ruben Fowler
U
Huston-Tillotson
Triplette
12
88
Brad Freeman
SJ*
Mississippi State
Cheffers
4
133
Steve Freeman
BJ
Mississippi State
Triplette
17
80
Greg Gautreaux
FJ*
S.W. Louisiana
Triplette
16
128
Ramon George
U
Lenoir-Rhyne
Blakeman
2
103
Eugene Hall
FJ
North Texas
Boger
4
49
Rich Hall
U
Arizona
Boger
14
125
Laird Hayes
SJ
Princeton
Anderson
23
93
Scott Helverson
BJ
Iowa
Hochuli
15
29
Adrian Hill
SJ*
Buffalo
Steratore
8
97
Tom Hill
FJ
Carson Newman
Allen
19
28
Mark Hittner
DJ
Pittsburg State
Wrolstad
21
85
Ed Hochuli
R
Texas-El Paso
Hochuli
28
83
Shawn Hochuli
BJ
Claremont
Allen
4
82
Buddy Horton
FJ
Oregon State
Corrente
19
37
Jim Howey
DJ/LJ
Erskine

19
35
John Hussey
R
Idaho State
Hussey
16
117
John Jenkins
FJ
St. Mary's
Anderson
4
101
Carl Johnson
LJ
Nicholls State
McAulay
14
55
Alex Kemp
SJ
Central Michigan
Hochuli
4
121
Paul King
U
Nicholls State
Torbert
9
21
Jeff Lamberth
SJ
Texas A&M
Wrolstad
16
73
Joe Larrew
FJ*
St. Louis
Blakeman
16
2
Bart Longson
LJ
Brigham Young
Corrente
3
89
Jon Lucivansky
FJ
Minnesota
Vinovich
9
10
Julian Mapp
LJ
Grambling State
Wrolstad
9
107
Ron Marinucci
LJ
Glassboro State
Hussey
21
19
Clay Martin
U
Oklahoma Baptist
Cheffers
3
39
Rich Martinez
BJ
Canisius
McAulay
4
77
Terry McAulay
R
Louisiana State
McAulay
20
8
Dana McKenzie
LJ
Toledo
Blakeman
10
110
Phil McKinnely
DJ
UCLA
Vinovich
16
48
Jim Mello
DJ
Northeastern
Allen
14
118
Dave Meslow
FJ*
Augsburg
Parry
7
78
Greg Meyer
BJ
Texas Christian
Vinovich
16
115
Tony Michalek
U
Indiana
Hussey
16
111
Terrence Miles
BJ
Arizona State
Coleman
10
120
Jonah Monroe
SJ
Arkansas
McAulay
3
135
Pete Morelli
R
St. Mary's
Morelli
21
92
Bryan Neale
U
Indiana
Morelli
4
1
Scott Novak
FJ*
Phoenix
Coleman
4
24
David Oliver
DJ
Baker
Steratore
1
124
Carl Paganelli
U
Michigan State
Anderson
19
105
Dino Paganelli
BJ
Aquinas
Steratore
12
46
Perry Paganelli
BJ
Hope
Parry
20
132
John Parry
R
Purdue
Parry
18
17
Steve Patrick
BJ
Jacksonville State
Blakeman
4
15
Rick Patterson
FJ/SJ
Wofford 

22
79
Kent Payne
LJ*
Nebraska Wesleyan
Cheffers
14
131
Mark Pellis
U
Allegheny
Parry
4
9
Mark Perlman
LJ
Salem
Vinovich
17
6
Jerod Phillips
DJ
Northeastern State
Anderson
2
47
Tim Podraza
LJ
Nebraska
Morelli
10
109
Dyrol Prioleau
SJ
Johnson C. Smith
Blakeman
11
30
Todd Prukop
BJ
Cal State-Fullerton
Corrente
9
5
Jim Quirk
BJ
Middlebury 
Cheffers
8
44
Jeff Rice
U
Northwestern
Coleman
23
31
Mearl Robinson
FJ
Air Force
Cheffers
1
126
Brad Rogers
FJ
Lubbock Christian
Morelli
1
50
Aaron Santi
FJ
Southern Oregon
Torbert
3
129
Bill Schuster
U
Alfred

18
45
Jeff Seeman
LJ
Minnesota
Parry
16
104
Dale Shaw
FJ
Allegheny
Hochuli
5
113
Danny Short
LJ
North Carolina-Charlotte
Triplette
1
14
Shawn Smith
U
Ferris State
Hochuli
3
90
Mike Spanier
DJ
St. Cloud State
Parry
19
12
Greg Steed
BJ
Howard
Morelli
15
84
Mark Steinkerchner
LJ
Akron
Torbert
24
22
Steve Stelljes
DJ
Friends
Morelli
16
68
Tom Stephan
DJ/LJ
Pittsburg State

19
114
Gene Steratore
R
Kent State
Steratore
15
112
Tony Steratore
BJ
California, Pa.
Boger
18
102
Bruce Stritesky
U
Embry Riddle
Vinovich
12
100
Tom Symonette
DJ*
Florida
Cheffers
14
53
Sarah Thomas
DJ*
Mobile
Torbert
3
62
Ron Torbert
R
Michigan State
Torbert
8
42
Jeff Triplette
R
Wake Forest
Triplette
22
13
Patrick Turner
DJ
Cal State-Long Beach
Corrente
4
52
Bill Vinovich
R
San Diego
Vinovich
13
123
Ed Walker
DJ
San Jose State
Hussey
4
26
Jabir Walker
SJ
Murray State
Allen
3
7
Keith Washington
SJ
Virginia Military Institute
Parry
10
116
Mike Weatherford
FJ
Oklahoma State
Steratore
16
119
Greg Wilson
BJ
USC
Anderson
10
54
Steve Woods
U
Wabash
McAulay
1
4
Craig Wrolstad
R
Washington
Wrolstad
15
38
Greg Yette
BJ
Howard
Torbert
8
33
Steve Zimmer
FJ
Hofstra
Wrolstad
21
*Denotes new position for 2017

350 CURRENT AND FORMER NFL PLAYERS AND COACHES HOST
 FREE YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMPS IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES 
NFL Foundation Awards $1 Million to Support Youth Football Camps 
Camps Part of 'Play Football' Summer Activities
As part of summer camp season festivities, 350 current and former NFL players and coaches will host free, non-contact youth football camps for more than 80,000 children, it was announced today. The NFL Foundation, the NFL's nonprofit organization representing all 32 clubs, has awarded $1 million in grants to support youth football camps. Kids can Play Football all summer through additional NFL Foundation-funded camps and events hosted by Clubs and NFL partners such as USA Football.  
The Youth Football Camp Grant Program, in its 20th year, recognizes NFL players and coaches who give back to communities in their hometowns or club markets and offer young athletes the opportunity to play in a healthy and fun environment. Camps are hosted throughout the country and focus on teaching proper technique across varying skill levels and emphasize teamwork and sportsmanship. 
NFL Foundation grant recipients hosting camps this summer include: Buffalo Bills linebacker LORENZO ALEXANDER; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback BLAKE BORTLES; Green Bay Packers wide receiver RANDALL COBB; Carolina Panthers linebacker THOMAS DAVIS; Kansas City Chiefs safety ERIC BERRY; NFL Legend GREG JENNINGS; Denver Broncos linebacker SHANE RAY; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver TORREY SMITH; and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach MIKE TOMLIN.  
"The NFL is proud to support current and former NFL players and coaches as they give back to their communities and expand opportunities for children to play football and have fun," said NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL. "This summer, thousands of children will attend these free camps and learn the fundamentals of football directly from members of the NFL family who are outstanding role models both on and off the field."
"My parents taught me from a young age to think about others' needs in addition to our own. That's why holding youth camps is so important to me and why we do it each year," said Kansas City Chiefs safety ERIC BERRY, who is hosting his third NFL Foundation-funded youth football camp. "By hosting these youth camps, I hope to take some of the burden away from these kids' parents while offering them the opportunity to get out here and have some fun. I'm honored to have the ability to give back to the communities that have given me so much along the way."
200 of the camp grant recipients are working with USA Football to host FUNdamentals Camps this summer, which introduce young athletes to football by teaching basic skills. All drills at FUNdamentals camps are based on USA Football's Player Progression Development Model, ensuring participants learn in an age-appropriate manner. 
"The team nature of the military and sports hold distinct similarities – both can foster exceptional character and inspire extraordinary achievement," said Retired Army General RAYMOND ODIERNO, chairman of USA Football, who served as the 38th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army from 2011-15. "Playing football afforded me these qualities and USA Football's FUNdamentals camps, made possible through the NFL Foundation, deliver this to thousands of kids today. Our fun and forward-thinking programs open doors to fitness, friendships and life-enriching values that last a lifetime."
First-time coaches at camps funded through the NFL Foundation must complete an online Coach Smart course with instruction on player health and safety fundamentals, including preventing, recognizing and responding to dehydration and overheating, concussion and sudden cardiac arrest. 
The NFL has long supported players' philanthropic endeavors and the NFL Foundation has awarded more than $7 million in grants to support free, non-contact youth football camps hosted by current and former players and coaches since 1998. 
For a full list of 2017 NFL Foundation Youth Football Camp Grant Recipients click here.

NFL TRAINING CAMP DATES & LOCATIONS

Following is the training camp list of sites and rookie and veteran reporting dates:
AFC
TEAM
SITE
LOCATION
ROOKIES
VETERANS
Baltimore
Under Armour Performance Center
Owings Mills, MD
7/19
7/26
Buffalo
St. John Fisher College
Rochester, NY
7/26
7/26
Cincinnati
Paul Brown Stadium 
Cincinnati, OH
7/25
7/27
Cleveland
Cleveland Browns Training Complex
Berea, OH
7/23
7/26
Denver
UCHealth Training Center 
Englewood, CO
7/23
7/26
Houston
The Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, WV
7/25
7/25
Indianapolis
Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center
Indianapolis, IN
7/24
7/29
Jacksonville
Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields
Jacksonville, FL
7/19
7/26
Kansas City
Missouri Western State University
St. Joseph, MO
7/24
7/27
LA Chargers
Jack Hammett Sports Complex
Costa Mesa, CA
7/29
7/29
Miami
Baptist Health Training Facility
Davie, FL
7/20
7/26
New England
Gillette Stadium
Foxboro, MA
7/24
7/26
NY Jets
Atlantic Health Jets Training Center
Florham Park, NJ
7/28
7/28
Oakland
Napa Valley Marriott
Napa, CA
7/24
7/28
Pittsburgh
Saint Vincent College
Latrobe, PA
7/27
7/27
Tennessee
Saint Thomas Sports Park
Nashville, TN
7/28
7/28
NFC
TEAM
SITE
LOCATION
ROOKIES
VETERANS
Arizona
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
7/21
7/21
Atlanta
Atlanta Falcons Training Facility
Flowery Branch, GA
7/26
7/26
Carolina
Wofford College
Spartanburg, SC
7/25
7/25
Chicago
Olivet Nazarene University
Bourbonnais, IL
7/19
7/26
Dallas
Marriott Residence Inn
Oxnard, CA
7/19
7/22
Detroit
Detroit Lions Training Facility
Allen Park, MI
7/24
7/29
Green Bay
St. Norbert College
De Pere, WI
7/26
7/26
LA Rams
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA
7/26
7/28
Minnesota
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Mankato, MN
7/23
7/26
New Orleans
New Orleans Saints Training Facility
Metairie, LA
7/19
7/26
NY Giants
Quest Diagnostics Training Center
East Rutherford, NJ
7/27
7/27
Philadelphia
NovaCare Training Complex
Philadelphia, PA
7/23
7/26
San Francisco
SAP Performance Facility
Santa Clara, CA
7/27
7/27
Seattle
Virginia Mason Athletic Center
Renton, WA
7/29
7/29
Tampa Bay
One Buccaneer Place 
Tampa, FL
7/25
7/27
Washington
Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center
Richmond, VA
7/26
7/26
Note: The first official practice of training camp for each club at the site designated above is generally held the day after the veteran reporting date.

2017-2018 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE IMPORTANT DATES

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