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Riveron in November 2008

Alberto Riveron (born 1960 in Cuba) is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL), who wears uniform number 57. Beginning with the 2008 NFL season, Riveron was promoted to referee (crew chief) following the retirements of Gerald Austin and Larry Nemmers; before that, he was a side judge from 2004 (his first year of NFL officiating) to 2007.[1] Riveron is the first referee of Hispanic origin in NFL history.[1] He is originally from Cuba, having moved to the United States at the age of 5. He has a wife, Patricia, and two teenage sons.[2] Prior to the NFL, Riveron spent 15 years officiating games in Conference USA and the Big East. Outside of the NFL, Riveron works in South Florida, selling storm panels.

Riveron's 2009 NFL officiating crew consists of umpire Ruben Fowler, head linesman Ed Camp, line judge Ron Phares, field judge Steve Zimmer, side judge Jimmy DeBell and back judge Lee Dyer.

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