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In simple terms, flag football positions are essentially the same as tackle, but without the linemen. There are five players on the field in NFL FLAG football—for both offense and defense—with assigned roles. Here’s a basic overview of the football positions 5 on 5.
In most places, a Referee would bring the linesmen’s flags, with the red flag used by the Linesman whom the Referee designated to take over the Referee Duty if the original Referee became unable. This avoided any controversy between the two linesmen or teams, regarding who should take over.
When the whole of the ball crosses the line, it's time for a throw-in. The assistant referee will hold up the flag in the direction that the team which is awarded the throw-in is attacking. The...
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Once the referee has blown the whistle, the assistant will indicate how to proceed: If the assistant raises the flag, at a 45 degree angle and points it horizontally along the touch line, they are indicating for a throw-in. The team attacking in the direction they are pointing takes the throw.
3) Other Linesman Duties. Substitutions As soon as the ref gives permission for a sub to occur, hold you flag horizontal over your head with your arms straight until the the ref signals for play to resume.. Unseen Incidents Keeping one eye on 22 players is an impossible task for the referee. The linesman, therefore, acts as a second pair of eyes.
The flag should be like an extension of the arm. The assistant referees must raise the flag using the hand that will also be used for the next signal in a sequence. If circumstances change and the other hand must be used for the next signal, the assistant referee should move his flag to the opposite hand below the waist.