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According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, referee Gene Steratore, umpire Bill Schuster and head linesman Wayne Mackie will work the Thursday night game between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.
As the Ravens celebrated their first regular-season victory over New England in seven attempts, a visibly irritated coach Bill Belichick rushed onto the field at M&T Bank Stadium and briefly placed his hand on head linesman Rodney Russell.
com's head linesman, "so you won't miss out on any action.
Testaverde was the man most responsible for last weekend's 32-31 victory over Seattle - along with head linesman Earnie Frantz, of course.
He worked as a head linesman for Massachusetts Electric Company for 39 years retiring in 1989.
can see what the head linesman couldn't, and when everybody is powerless to correct the error, then the league's credibility is in jeopardy.
For Stephen McCann of Fitchburg, the head linesman, the game was an eye opener.
His crew includes umpire Jim Quirk, head linesman John Schleyer, line judge Ben Montgomery, back judge Paul Baetz, side judge Doug Toole and field judge Don Dorkowski.