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Referee Signals for Defense in American Football

American Football Referee Signals for Offense

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Clock doesn’t stop.

The referee moves an arm clockwise in a full circle in front of himself to inform the offensive team that it has no timeouts, or that the ball is in play and that the timekeeper should keep the clock moving.

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