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.
What does HL stand for?
HL stands for Head Linesman (football)
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We have 67 other meanings of HL in our Acronym Attic
- Halbleiter (German: semiconductor)
- Half Life
- Hall Lantern (elevators)
- Hannoversche Leben (German Life Insurance Company)
- Hansestadt Lübeck (architects; Germany)
- Hard Labor
- Harmonie Laval (Laval, Quebec, Canada)
- Hasta Luego
- Head Librarian
- Head Lines
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
OFFICIAL NFL SEASONS CAREER PLAYOFF GAMES Referee 19 Scott Green 19 12 Umpire 96 Undrey Wash 10 7 Head Linesman 5 John McGrath 8 4 Line Judge 45 Jeff Seeman 8 4 Field Judge 75 Rob Vernatchi 6 2 Side Judge 78 Greg Meyer 8 4 Back Judge 12 Greg Steed 7 3 Source: National Football League OTHER NEWS FROM THE BUSINESS OF SPORTS NETWORK (THE BIZ OF BASEBALL) Source: Creditor Meeting Over Rangers Sale "Unremarkable" (http://bizofbaseball.
Zablonski, who lives in Gardner and graduated from Gardner High in 1954, began his officiating career as a head linesman, and then spent 25 years as the on-field referee in game after game.
He worked as a head linesman for Massachusetts Electric Company for 39 years retiring in 1989.
For Stephen McCann of Fitchburg, the head linesman, the game was an eye opener.