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|Name||Anthony Joseph Corrente|
|Birthdate||12 November 1951|
|Age (as of 2021)||70 Years|
|Height||in Centimeters – 188 cm and in feet inches– 6’ 2”|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles County, California, United States|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||California State University, Fullerton, Azusa Pacific University|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
Anthony Joseph Corrente is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since the 1995 NFL season.He wears uniform number 99. He was the referee of Super Bowl XLI.He served as the Coordinator of Football Officiating for the Pac-12 Conference from June 2011 until he resigned this position in October 2014.
Tony Corrente Family, Parents
Tony Corrente was born on 12th November 1951 and raised in Los Angeles County, California.Corrente resides in La Mirada, California.He attended Cerritos College and then earned a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Fullerton in 1975 and a master’s in education from Azusa Pacific University in 1988. Outside of his NFL officiating duties, Tony formerly taught social sciences at both William Neff and La Mirada High Schools.
Tony Corrente Wife
Tony Corrente is Possibely Not Married.There is no any information is available on socialmedia about his marital and relationship status.He has diagnosed with throat malignant growth in 2012, and his sickness was responding to aggressive chemotherapy.
Tony Corrente Net Worth
Anthony Joseph Corrente is an American football official in the National Football League has an estimated Net Worth around $1.5 Million.The league and its referees don’t publicly disclose their salaries. However, it is believed that an NFL referee makes $205,000 per season.
Corrente began his officiating career in 1971 working high school and junior college level games as a member of the Long Beach and San Gabriel Valley Football Officials Associations.Between 1971 and 1981, Corrente officiated three California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Championships and seven Junior College Bowl games as both a Referee and Back Judge.
In 1995, Corrente was selected to become a member of the NFL officiating staff as a back judge (the title was changed to field judge in 1998) before being promoted to referee at the beginning of the 1998 NFL season.In his three seasons as a back judge, he worked two playoff games including the 1997 NFC Championship Game.Corrente also officiated in NFL Europe working the World Bowl in both 1995 (Back Judge) and 1998 (Referee).
Corrente worked the NFC Championship Game in 2001 between the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey and the 2010 AFC Championship Game between the New York Jets and the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Since joining the NFL in 1995, Corrente has been involved in 13 post-season assignments including 3 AFC/NFC Championships and as the alternate Referee in Super Bowls XL and 50 and as Referee in Super Bowl XLI between the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts.
On November 4, 2012, Corrente yelled “God damn it!” (slipping past CBS censors) and other obscenities during the Miami Dolphins-Indianapolis Colts game.Kevin Harlan of CBS Sports apologized for this act.orrente apologized afterwards; he was fined a game check by the National Football League.
Corrente was named as referee for the AFC Championship Game on January 19, 2014 in Denver between the Broncos and New England Patriots.He was the referee of the January 18, 2015 NFC championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers. He was also the referee of the game known for the Double Doink, the NFC Wild Card game on January 6, 2019 between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears.
Corrente’s 2020 NFL officiating crew consisted of umpire Dan Ferrell, down judge Dana McKenzie, line judge Tim Podraza, field judge Tra Blake, side judge Boris Cheek, back judge Todd Prukop, replay official Charles Stewart, and replay assistant Marv LeBlanc.