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Super Bowl XLV Officials Named


Referee WALT ANDERSON will lead the seven-man crew of game officials selected to work Super Bowl XLV this Sunday between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers at Cowboys Stadium, the NFL announced today.

The other members of the Super Bowl XLV officiating crew are CHAD BROWN (umpire), KENT PAYNE (head linesman), JOHN HUSSEY (line judge), DOUG ROSENBAUM (field judge), MIKE WEATHERFORD (side judge) and SCOTT HELVERSON (back judge). The Super Bowl XLV officiating crew collectively has 77 years of NFL officiating experience and 53 combined playoff game assignments.

Anderson, in his 15th season as an NFL game official, served as the line judge in Super Bowl XXXV. Promoted to referee in 2003, he has officiated in 13 playoff games – one Super Bowl, three conference championships, two divisional playoffs and seven wild card games.

Under the NFL officiating program\’s evaluation system, the highest-rated eligible officials at each position earn the right to work the Super Bowl. Super Bowl officials must have at least five years of NFL experience and previous playoff assignments.

TOMMY MOORE is the replay assistant. The video operator is BUD ALEXANDER.

Read more here on the penalty report of Walt Anderson from yesterday.

SUPER BOWL XLV OFFICIALS

POSITION UNIFORM NO. OFFICIAL NFL SEASONS CAREER PLAYOFF GAMES
Referee 66 Walt Anderson 15 13
Umpire 31 Chad Brown 19 12
Head Linesman 79 Kent Payne 7 5
Line Judge 35 John Hussey 9 6
Field Judge 67 Doug Rosenbaum 10 6
Side Judge 116 Mike Weatherford 9 5
Back Judge 93 Scott Helverson 8 6

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