Quindt, Fritz
August 2003
Sporting News;8/18/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 33, p8
The National Football League (NFL) is implementing a system in which television networks can call on NFL director of officiating Mike Pereira during the game. CBS hired Chris Russo as a reporter at the U.S. Open as insurance he will cease and desist in his annual coverage-bashing on WFAN radio in New York.


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