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2 hours ago Posted by Mike Florio on August 10, 2010, 7:17 AM EDT. Bill Leavy, the referee at Super Bowl XL, apologized to the Seahawks last week for mistakes that helped the Steelers. But Mike Pereira, the

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5 hours ago Ref taking Super mistakes too hard In an article published on FoxSports yesterday, written by Mike Pereira, the former NFL Vice President of …

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3 hours ago Posted by Michael David Smith on August 10, 2010 7:17 AM ET Bill Leavy, the referee at Super Bowl XL, apologized to the Seahawks last week for mistakes that helped the Steelers. But Mike Pereira, the former head of officiating who was Leavy's boss at the time, insists that Leavy isn't

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9 hours ago Even Mike Pereira, the NFL’s former Head of Officiating and Leavy’s boss in 2006, has also had enough. Mr. Pereira. Honestly, I didn’t think this needed stated because I thought anybody

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3 hours ago NFL\\’s Vice President of Officiating from 2004-09, Mike Pereira, has chimed in the recent remarks by referee Bill Leavy admitting to the Seattle Seahawks that he made two bad calls during their

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1 hours ago The official assigned to referree the game is one Bill Leavy. Yes, the same Bill Leavy who did a perfectly fine job officiating Super Bowl XL betwixt these same two teams. And the same Bill Leavy who last year decided to unburden his tortured soul by apologizing to the Seahawks for doing his job to the best of his abilities in that game.

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3 hours ago Capping off a postseason littered with bad officials calls all over the place, it seemed only fitting that referee Bill Leavy and his crew apply the coup de grace in the biggest game of them all

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6 hours ago Bill Leavy, the referee in. Either the NFL league office has a quirky sense of humor, or they just weren't thinking when they assigned officials for Week 2. …

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Just Now Bill Leavy (pronounced LEE-vee; born February 13, 1947) is a retired American football official who officiated in the National Football League (NFL) from the 1995 through 2014 seasons, wore uniform number 127, and is also a retired San Jose, California police officer and firefighter, serving for 27 years. In his twenty-year NFL officiating career, Leavy was assigned to fifteen …

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3 hours ago Super Bowl ref Bill Leavy to work Seahawks-Steelers game. Close. 13. Posted by. 10 years ago. Archived. Super Bowl ref Bill Leavy to work Seahawks-Steelers game

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5 hours ago (*sigh*) Great column, gentlemen. Your words mirrored many of my thoughts. When asked about officiating in the National Football League, and what would need to happen for real and sweeping reform to take place, I’ve always said that having the wrong team win the Super Bowl would be about the worst, most graphic thing that could happen…the NFL’s “Code Black".

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8 hours ago In, arguably, the NFL's most popular season ever, Green Bay and Pittsburgh dueled to the end, with the Packers holding off the Steelers 31-25 to win Super Bowl XLV on Sunday night. It was a well

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9 hours ago Edwards was able to connect with his receivers despite “a wet ball,” as Bills coach Chan Gailey characterized the inclement weather.

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