Gresh & Zo started the day off discussing football and the return of the regular referees to the NFL. Late Thursday night word broke that a deal between the league and the locked out officials was agreed upon.

On Friday and Saturday the union’s 121 members must vote for the deal and 51 percent must vote for it in order for it to go through. The eight-year deal that the two sides have agreed upon is the longest involving on-field officials in NFL history.

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The regular officials will get back to work Thursday night and work the Browns-Ravens game at Baltimore.

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The only thing we can say is that Gresh and Zo are excited to have the regular officials back after three horribly officiated weeks of football.

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