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Railbird Central Podcast: Lance Easley Returns with a Vengeance

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Railbird Central Podcast: Lance Easley Returns with a Vengeance

To posing for a photo with Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate to autographing an Aaron Rodgers jersey to authoring a new book, former NFL replacement referee Lance Easley got plenty of attention over the Fourth of July weekend. And yeah, he still claims he made the correct call.

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Brian Carriveau is the author of "It's Just a Game: Big League Drama in Small Town America" and editor of Cheesehead TV's "Pro Football Draft Preview." To contact Brian, email [email protected].

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Wilson Maywick's picture

Hey Easley, I double dog dare you to come to Green Bay for a book signing...

bomdad's picture

He should donate proceeds of his book to

MarkinMadison's picture

If I remember correctly, this guy was available because the PAC-12 Conference didn't want him anymore. So we got a guy with a very poor professional reputation, who is now nationally famous for being a screw up. Well, this is what you get then, right? He shouldn't be paid to ref anything, ever again.

WisconsInExile's picture

He's the Eddy The Eagle of reffing.

al's picture

whats his name easy too see when hes a basket ball official he was really calling a good basket not a toutch down

dawg's picture

What a Country

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