23 Mar 2017
The NFL is changing the way it handles instant replay reviews. Say goodbye to shots of on-field officials dipping their heads under hoods to look at monitors. Instead, all replays will be viewed in the NFL's offices in New York, and Senior Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino will have final say on all replay calls.
"We're going to centralize the replay back here in New York," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said on ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show. "We want the referee's input. … He can look at the play, be in communication back in our office with Dean Blandino, and Dean Blandino will have the final decision. We think that will move it much quicker."
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