It's the weekend, so... ESPN:

NEW YORK -- The NFL and its locked-out officials met twice this week but remain far apart in settling their financial dispute, according to sources.
Despite substantial discussion, "significant" and "serious" economic gaps remain and no further talks are scheduled, according to a source.
The regular officials have lost an average of more than $50,000 each so far. The average official made $150,000 last year for a 20-game season. They have missed seven game assignments, including preseason.
The NFL locked out the regular officials in June and has been using replacements as the season enters its third full weekend. Many players, coaches and fans have been upset with what they say is poor officiating...
And since it IS the weekend, and since the whole wide world has gone crazy, why don't we just dance: