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WASHINGTON (AP) — The embarrassing NFL referee saga and the disputed call that gave the Seattle Seahawks a victory over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night has reached the campaign for the White House, with President Barack Obama deeming it "terrible" and saying it was time to get regular officiating crews back on the job.
This fall's football season has been marred by questionable calls in several games, leading to team and fan outrage.
The replacement referees are undermining the integrity of professional football.
Replacement officials are getting to Bill Belichick, too.
Quarterback Tim Tebow says he'll consider going into politics after his playing career is over.
Given a sporting chance, technological marvels always rise to the challenge, from Web to gridiron.
NFL commissioner discussed a variety of topics facing the NFL at a Washington lunch Wednesday.
Roger Goodell discusses the officials lockout amid worries of player safety
Rolfing: no longer a fringe therapy; tending your inner ecosystem
Ex-football players get neurological diseases three times more frequently than the general population.