No more torture for the players and the for the fans.
The National Football League and its referees union agreed late Wednesday night to end their labor dispute.
An NFL spokesman confirmed the deal. As of midnight, both sides were drawing up the paperwork to get officials back to work for this week’s games.
The regular officials will work Thursday night’s game in Baltimore between the Ravens and the Cleveland Browns.
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