Seven. The referee, umpire, head linesman, line judge, field judge, side judge, and back judge. Click on the 'NFL Officials' link below to read about the duties of each official on the field during an NFL game. One. The referee. 3 additional officials are on the sidelines, two assistant referees and one fourth official.
NFL referees were never volunteers. However, many of them got their start in recreational leagues near their hometowns as volunteers.
There is one referee and six other officials on the field during an NFL game. Click on the 'NFL Officials' link on this page to see the duties of each official on the field and what equipment they use during the game.
There are a total of 29 people on the field during a NFL Football game. Offense: 11 Defense: 11 Officials: 7
There are 6 other officials.For a usual NFL game, the following are the seven assigned officials :UmpireRefereeHead LinesmanLine JudgeBack JudgeSide JudgeField Judge(see related link)
There are seven on field officials in an American football game: referee, umpire, head linesman, line judge, side judge, field judge, back judge. Click on the 'NFL Officials' link on this page to read about the duties that each official has during a game.
Anywhere between $43,000 to $121,000 depending on experience.
The League pays the salaries of the referees who work games in the NFL. The NFL Officials Union and the NFL agreed to an 8 year contract in 2012. The deal, the longest ever between the league and union, was brokered after the Refs went on strike and refused to work games in the 2012 season.
12 new footballs are marked with the letter "K' for NFL football games.
They are assigned to each game