|Terry McAulay will work as referee for Redskins-Patriots||11.04.15 at 1:36 pm ET|
FOXBORO — Terry McAulay will work as the referee for Patriots-Redskins, per Footballzebras.com.
McAulay began his NFL career as a side judge in 1998 before becoming a referee in 2001. This is the first Patriots game of the season for McAulay, and his first since the start of the 2014 season. Last year, he was the lead official for New England’s regular-season finale against the Bills at Gillette Stadium.
Here’s a look at who has worked as the lead official for each New England game this year, and the corresponding penalties for each game, not counting the flags that were offset or declined:
Sept. 10 vs. Steelers: Carl Cheffers — 7 penalties, 64 yards (Pittsburgh — 8 penalties, 77 yards)
Sept. 20 at Bills: Ronald Torbert — 11 penalties, 119 yards (Buffalo — 14 penalties, 140 yards)
Sept. 27 vs. Jaguars: Walt Coleman — 4 penalties, 30 yards (Jacksonville — 7 penalties, 114 yards)
Oct. 11 vs. Cowboys: Clete Blakeman — 9 penalties, 65 yards (Dallas — 7 penalties, 50 yards)
Oct. 18 vs. Colts: Tony Corrente — 8 penalties, 72 yards (Indy — 11 penalties, 103 yards)
Oct. 25 vs. Jets: Bill Vinovich — 4 penalties, 38 yards (New York — 4 penalties, 29 yards)
Oct. 29 vs. Dolphins: Pete Morelli — 8 penalties, 69 yards (Miami — 7 penalties, 40 yards)
For more on McAulay’s work, check out his page at Pro Football Reference.
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|Report: Terry McAulay will work as referee for Bills-Patriots||12.26.14 at 11:48 am ET|
Terry McAulay will work as the referee for Sunday’s Bills-Patriots game at Gillette Stadium, according to FootballZebras.com.
This is McAulay’s first Patriots game of the season, and first since he served as the lead official for a New England-Houston game at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 10, 2012. A veteran official, he’s worked several big games over the last decade-plus, including Super Bowl XLVIII.
Here’s a look at who has worked as the lead official for each New England game this year, and the corresponding penalties for each game, not counting the flags that were offset or declined.
Sept. 7 at Miami: Walt Anderson — 9 penalties, 100 yards (Dolphins — 4 penalties, 26 yards)
Sept. 14 at Minnesota: Tony Corrente — 15 penalties, 163 yards (Vikings — 7 penalties, 58 yards)
Sept. 21 vs. Oakland: Pete Morelli — 6 penalties, 59 yards (Raiders — 6 penalties, 49 yards)
Sept. 29 at Kansas City: John Parry — 3 penalties, 30 yards (Chiefs — 4 penalties, 35 yards)
Oct. 5 vs. Cincinnati: Jerome Boger — 12 penalties, 114 yards (Bengals — 4 penalties, 37 yards)
Oct. 12 at Buffalo: Walt Coleman — 9 penalties, 60 yards (Bills — 8 penalties, 107 yards)
Oct. 16 vs. Jets: Bill Leavy — 9 penalties, 64 yards (Jets — 7 penalties, 70 yards)
Oct. 23 vs. Chicago: Brad Allen — 7 penalties, 38 yards (Bears — 5 penalties, 41 yards)
Nov. 2 vs. Denver: Walt Anderson — 9 penalties, 71 yards (Broncos — 10 penalties, 72 yards)
Nov. 16 at Indy: Pete Morelli — 5 penalties, 53 yards (Colts — 4 penalties, 27 yards)
Nov. 23 vs. Detroit: Tony Corrente — 11 penalties, 89 yards (Lions — 9 penalties, 54 yards)
Nov. 30 at Green Bay: Ed Hochuli — 4 penalties, 25 yards (Packers — 4 penalties, 22 yards)
Dec. 7 at San Diego: Bill Leavy — 6 penalties, 70 yards (Chargers — 8 penalties, 61 yards)
Dec. 14 vs. Miami: Bill Vinovich — 5 penalties, 51 yards (Dolphins — 5 penalties, 35 yards)
Dec. 21 at Jets: Brad Allen — 5 penalties, 38 yards (Jets — 2 penalties, 14 yards)
Dec. 28 vs. Bills: Terry McAulay —
For more on McAulay’s work as a referee, check out his page at Pro Football Reference. For more information on this week’s assignments, click through to the always reliable Football Zebras. And for more Patriots news, check out weei.com/patriots.
|Report: Terry McAulay will work as ref for Patriots-Texans Monday night||12.07.12 at 2:00 pm ET|
Terry McAulay will work as the referee for Monday’s game between the Patriots and Texans at Gillette, according to our pals at FootballZebras.com.
McAulay became a ref in 2001, and has worked several big games, including Super Bowl XXXIX and Super Bowl XLIII. According to Pro Football Reference, this will be his first Patriots game since 2010. (He’s been a rare sight for New England, as prior to that, his last Patriots game came back in 2007, a December contest where New England knocked off Pittsburgh.)
A graduate of LSU, McAulay is also the coordinator of football officiating for the BIG EAST Conference.
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