Dean Blandino Biography
Dean Blandino was the XFL’s previous head of officiating. From 2013 until 2017, he worked as the NFL’s Vice President of Officiating. He is the host of the iHeartRadio program Good Calls. Blandino also serves as an Executive Producer on the film ‘Her Turf.’ At 2015, he performed stand-up comedy in a number of New York City comedy venues.
Dean Blandino Age
Blandino was born on September 13, 1971.
Dean Blandino NFL
Blandino began his career in the NFL’s officiating department as an intern. After the 1994 season, he was promoted to a full-time employee. When instant replay was implemented in the NFL in 1999, Blandino was given the task of organizing the program, which he handled for six years.
He also worked two Super Bowls as a replay official.
Blandino left the NFL in 2009 to launch a company in California that trains and evaluates replay officials. Blandino returned to the NFL in 2012 as director of officiating, then in February 2013, he was named Vice President of Officiating, succeeding Carl Johnson. In May of 2017, Blandino announced his retirement from the NFL.
Dean Blandino XFL
Blandino joined Fox Sports in June 2017 as an analyst for the network’s coverage of the NFL and college football.
Blandino started a new job as director of instant replay for NCAA football in May 2018, with the goal of allowing him to continue broadcasting during the offseason.
Blandino is also a contributor to The Athletic and an officiating consultant for the Alliance of American Football.
He was the executive producer of Her Turf, a documentary about three female football referees released in 2018.
Blandino was named by the XFL as the league’s head of officiating on January 6, 2020.
Dean Blandino Nfl Salary
He presently receives a yearly salary of $75,637.
He also works as an executive producer, earning a salary of $104,641 each year.
Dean Blandino Net Worth
Blandino’s net worth is believed to be in the millions of dollars. He presently receives a yearly salary of $75,637.
Dean Blandino Party Bus | Tmz
Dean was accused of providing a rival club, the Dallas Cowboys, special treatment when TMZ caught him on film in 2015.
He was seen on film entering a club in Los Angeles with EVP Stephen Jones and other high-ranking Cowboys officials on the Dallas Cowboys party bus.
Nonetheless, Blandino subsequently stated that the meeting was intended to be formal, and that he did not spend more than ten minutes at the club. In 2017, he stepped down as Vice-President, two years after the event.
Dean Blandino Comedian
He performed stand-up comedy in a number of New York City comedy venues over a period in 2005. Despite the fact that he did not pursue a career in comedy.
Dean Blandino Podcast
He’s also the host of the Dean Blandino’s Good Calls podcast.
The podcast will focus on rules in sports and life, with comedy, pop culture, and interviews with athletes and entertainers thrown in for good measure. Blandino offers his unique perspective on rules and officiating in sports, entertainment, and everyday life.
Dean Blandino Height
With a height of 5 feet 5 inches (170cm), the former XFL head of officiating stands tall.
Dean Blandino Education
He graduated from Wellington C. Mepham High School in terms of academics. Blandino was a tight end for the high school football team during his time there. He went on to Hofstra University and majored in communications, graduating in 1993.
Dean Blandino Family
Blandino grew raised in the town of Bellmore, New York.
After conducting our study, we discovered that little is known about his parents and that he does not have any siblings.
Dean Blandino Wife and Children
When it comes to his personal life, Blandino is married and has two children. Despite the fact that he has managed to keep the names of his wife and children under wraps. He shared a video of his son and younger daughter leaping on the bed and loving it on June 9, 2017.