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Full-time officials continue to enjoy hero's welcome

By Ryan Wilson | CBSSports.com

This pretty much says it all. (Guyism)

It started Thursday night, when the M&T Bank Stadium crowd gave the full-time officials a standing ovation. With a relatively clean Browns-Ravensget-together, the lovefest continued Sunday in advance of the 13 games on the schedule.

The full-time officials are greeted with well-wishes as they enter Ralph Wilson Stadium for today's Pats-Bills game. (CBS)

Security guards shake hands with the officials prior to the Titans-Texans game. (CBS)

Chargers coach Norv Turner couldn't be happier to see the full-timers back on the field. (CBS)

The replacement officials deserve credit for accomplishing something that neither political party could: bringing the country together in support of a single cause. So there's that.

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