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SBD/March 9, 2011/Franchises
NFL Labor Watch: Woody Johnson Talks Pay Cuts, Furloughs In Event Of Lockout
Published March 9, 2011
EASING THEIR MINDS: In Dallas, Gerry Fraley reports Cowboys coaches "will not take the financial hit many of their peers will during a lockout." The Cowboys "have lockout language in the contracts of their coaches," but NFL Coaches Association Staff Dir Larry Kennan said that the Cowboys "will be kind to their coaches if there's a lockout." Kennan said Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones "does treat his people well." Kennan: "The Coaches Association isn't fighting with Jerry Jones. We're fighting owners who don't treat coaches nearly as well as he does" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 3/9).