Carl Cheffers will be the referee for Super Bowl LVII in Arizona this year, the NFL announced Tuesday.
This will be Cheffers' third Super Bowl appearance after he officiated Super Bowl LV in 2021 and Super Bowl LI in 2017. The 62-year-old most recently refereed the AFC divisional round game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Buffalo Bills.
Cheffers, who's officiated for 23 years and been a referee for 15, will be joined by seven other officials, four of whom have previous Super Bowl experience.
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Cheffers is most famously known for leading the staff that threw eight first-half penalty flags against the Kansas City Chiefs in 2021, which set a Super Bowl record of 95 penalty yards and six first downs via penalty.