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Topic - Shannon Eastin
The officials sprinted around the field keeping order, throwing flags and even telling the Miles College band to hush once.
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis wasn't all that thrilled being called for an offside penalty on the final day of minicamp this week.
Matthew Stafford stayed cool and calm after the shakiest first half of his career.
Shannon Eastin used her left hand to tuck her pony tail under her cap after the national anthem and got ready for work.
Shannon Eastin is set to make NFL history.
Shannon Eastin earned her stripes by receiving the ultimate officials' compliment: It was almost as if she wasn't there.
Shannon Eastin has become the first woman to officiate an NFL game.
Once again, it's time to check off some items on my "TIDU List" -- Things I Don't Understand:
Yep, that's Peyton Manning wearing No. 18 and throwing passes. The uniform might look strange, though.
The NFL's first female official is welcoming her role as a sports pioneer.
The NFL calls a report it has offered a settlement and reduced suspension to Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma "completely inaccurate."