Tonight's game between the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens will be the first game of the 2012 regular season to be officiated by the league's regular on-field officials. With bye weeks beginning this week — the Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers are off -- each team will have played three games with the replacement officials and will have 13 games with the regular officials this season. A quick scan around the league shows that everyone is happy that the NFL and NFLRA have reached agreement on an eight-year labor deal, with the exception the players/coaches who enjoyed how easily the replacement officials could be manipulated into making favorable calls. (We're even willing to bet that some of these replacement officials aren't crestfallen over last night's agreement and are happy to get back to their regular, non-controversial jobs.) New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was fined $50,000 for making contact with an official after his team's 31-30 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. According to BaltimoreRavens.com , safety Bernard Pollard will be so happy to see the regular officials, he could risk a fine. "I might bear-hug one of them. When I do see them,...