Greg Meyer (American football official)

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Greg Meyer
Nationality  United States
Occupation NFL official (2002–Present)

Greg Meyer is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since the 2002 NFL season. He wears uniform number 78. A graduate of Texas Christian University, he began his football officiating career in 1995 at the collegiate level, including at least three different bowl games. Seven years later, he joined the NFL officiating staff as a field judge, and the following year, he became a side judge, and has been at that position since. He officiated a few NFL post-season games, including Super Bowl XLIV in Miami.[1]

Meyer, who lives in Fort Worth, Texas, has a wife, Debby, a daughter, Morgan, and a son, Reid. Outside of the NFL, Meyer is a banker.[2]

For the 2014 NFL Season, Meyer will serve on the officiating crew headed by veteran NFL Referee Walt Anderson.


  1. ^ Rick Waters, "Greg Meyer '81 refs in Super Bowl: Former TCU pitcher has officiated NFL games as side judge since 2002 season." The TCU Magazine, February 24, 2010.
  2. ^ NFL. The Official NFL Record and Fact Book 2010. ISBN 978-1603208338. 

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