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Steve Freeman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Steven Jay Freeman (born May 8, 1953 in Lamesa, Texas) is a former American football defensive back, and currently serves as an American football game official for the National Football League.Freeman played college football at Mississippi State University, becoming the Bulldogs' leader in interceptions during the 1973 and 1974 seasons. He was later named as one of the Southeastern Conference Football Legends.He was selected by the National Football League's New England Patriots during the 1975 NFL Draft. However, he was released by the Patriots before the start of the regular season, and eventually signed with the Buffalo Bills. Freeman spent 12 season with Buffalo, compiling 23 career interceptions and three touchdowns. In 1980 alone, he intercepted seven passes for 107 yards and one touchdown. He spent his last NFL season, 1987, with the Minnesota Vikings after being traded by the Bills.After retiring as a player, Freeman became an American football official, working in college football's Southeastern Conference and NFL Europe before joining the NFL in 2001 as a back judge. As an official, he wears uniform number 133 and is on the officiating crew headed by referee Jeff Triplette. Freeman is considered the "worst back judge in the League" after ejecting Luke Kuechly in a game between the Carolina Panthers and Green Bay Packers on October 19, 2014. Freeman tried to pull Kuechly from behind and ejected Kuechly after Kuechly reacted. In the play, it can be seen that Kuechly was reacting to being pulled from behind and bent over backwards by Green Bay's tight end Richard Rodgers.One of Freeman's teammates in Buffalo was linebacker Jim Haslett, who later became head coach of the New Orleans Saints. Despite the fact the two men were teammates for several seasons, Freeman was not prohibited from working Saints games during Haslett's six-year tenure as the Saints coach from 2000-2005. While in the SEC, Freeman was prohibited from working Mississippi State games, as league rules do not allow officials to work games involving their alma mater.Freeman currently resides in Mississippi and is married and has three children. Freeman's son, Brad, was a four-year letterman on the Mississippi State baseball team and helped the Bulldogs reach the College World Series in 1997 and 1998, and in 2014, he was hired to join the NFL as a Field Judge after serving as a Field Judge in the SEC.
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