Ed Hochuli (L) and Jeff Triplette (R)


The 67-year-old Hochuli worked two Super Bowls and was best known for fitting his big arms into tight sleeves and long-winded explanations. He was the crew chief for 19 playoff games, including for Super Bowl XXXVIII between the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers. He had been with the league since 1990, and was the NFL's longest-tenured ref since 2007. "I get notoriety because I explain things, and I get notoriety because I have a decent physique, which is amusing because I'm a shrimp", Hochuli said in a 2007 interview with USA Today.

Hochuli is arguably the most-famous official of all-time.

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Referee Ed Hochuli makes a call in the first quarter of an NFL pre-season football game between the Tennessee Titans and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Nashville, Tenn., Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009. He's an asset to the game and will be missed.

Triplette also was the official who threw a penalty flag in 1999 that hit then-Browns tackle Orlando Brown in the eye, injuring the player.

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Ed Hochuli is the second referee to retire since the end of the regular season; Jeff Triplette's retirement was confirmed in January.

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