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Former UNC, NFL linebacker Mike Morton one of 10 new NFL on-field officials


Former North Carolina and NFL linebacker has been hired by the NFL as an umpire. Morton was a Raiders fourth-round pick in 1995 and spent four years with the team before making stops with the Rams, Packers, and Colts. Morton won a Super Bowl during his time with the Rams and is the first Super Bowl winner to become an NFL official. (NBC Sports)

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Former UNC, NFL linebacker Mike Morton one of 10 new NFL on-field officials


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