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NFL Lockout Watch, Day 34: Players Obtaining Loans With High Interest Rates
Published April 14, 2011
GREATER GOOD: In Ft. Worth, Clarence Hill Jr. reports Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware is "not accepting any money" from the NFLPA's lockout fund. Ware: "We have $60,000 that is supposed to be paid to us. I gave my money back to help out other guys that don't have as much money. That is going to help out and bring us closer together." Hill notes players who were "on a roster every week for the past two years will receive $60,000," while players "with less roster time will receive less" (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 4/14).