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'''Craig Wrolstad''' (born in [[Lake Tapps (Washington)|Lake Tapps, Washington]])<ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.referee.com/resources/officiating-rosters/nfl-roster/ |title=Archived copy |access-date=2015-04-12 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150423210953/http://www.referee.com/resources/officiating-rosters/nfl-roster/ |archive-date=2015-04-23 |dead-url=yes }}</ref> is an [[Official (American football)|American football official]] in the [[National Football League]] (NFL) since the [[2003 NFL season]], wearing uniform number 4.<ref name=reference>{{cite web| title=Craig Wrolstad | url=https://www.pro-football-reference.com/officials/WrolCr0r.htm | publisher=Pro Football Reference | accessdate=2014-05-05}}</ref>
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'''Craig Wrolstad''' (born in Lake Tapps, Washington)<ref>{{Cite web |url=http://www.referee.com/resources/officiating-rosters/nfl-roster/ |title=Archived copy |access-date=2015-04-12 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150423210953/http://www.referee.com/resources/officiating-rosters/nfl-roster/ |archive-date=2015-04-23 |dead-url=yes }}</ref> is an [[Official (American football)|American football official]] in the [[National Football League]] (NFL) since the [[2003 NFL season]], wearing uniform number 4.<ref name=reference>{{cite web| title=Craig Wrolstad | url=https://www.pro-football-reference.com/officials/WrolCr0r.htm | publisher=Pro Football Reference | accessdate=2014-05-05}}</ref>
   
 
As an official in the NFL, Wrolstad is known for working [[Super Bowl XLVII]] in 2013 as a field judge. He wore uniform number 89 and 4 as a field judge.<ref name=SB47>{{cite web| title=Super Bowl XLVII officials named | url=http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/story/0ap1000000132726/article/super-bowl-xlvii-officials-named | publisher=[[NFL]] | date=2013-01-30 | accessdate=2014-05-05}}</ref>
 
As an official in the NFL, Wrolstad is known for working [[Super Bowl XLVII]] in 2013 as a field judge. He wore uniform number 89 and 4 as a field judge.<ref name=SB47>{{cite web| title=Super Bowl XLVII officials named | url=http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/story/0ap1000000132726/article/super-bowl-xlvii-officials-named | publisher=[[NFL]] | date=2013-01-30 | accessdate=2014-05-05}}</ref>

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Craig Wrolstad
BornLake Tapps, Washington
NationalityFlag of the United States.svg.png United States
OccupationNFL official (2003–present)
Spouse(s)Chrystal
ChildrenTwo

Craig Wrolstad (born in Lake Tapps, Washington)[1] is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since the 2003 NFL season, wearing uniform number 4.[2]

As an official in the NFL, Wrolstad is known for working Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 as a field judge. He wore uniform number 89 and 4 as a field judge.[3]

PersonalEdit

Wrolstad resides in Lake Tapps, Washington.

Outside of the NFL, Wrolstad is a high school athletic director at Seattle Christian School.[4]

Officiating careerEdit

Early yearsEdit

Wrolstad served several seasons in NFL Europe, including three seasons as a referee. Prior to entering the NFL, Wrolstad was in the Pac-10 conference and the Arena Football League.[5]

NFL careerEdit

Wrolstad was hired by the NFL in 2003 as a field judge, and was promoted to referee with the start of the 2014 NFL season following the retirements of Ron Winter and Scott Green.[6]

Wrolstad's 2019 NFL officiating crew consists of umpire Steve Woods, down judge Patrick Turner, line judge Tripp Sutter, field judge Terry Brown, side judge Jeff Lamberth, back judge Scott Helverson, replay official Darryll Lewis, and replay assistant Kevin Stine.[7]

Wrolstad was named the alternate referee of Super Bowl LII, which was held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.[8]

ReferencesEdit

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