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News: ESPN Dallas: DeMarcus Ware gets paid during lockout

Discussion in 'News Zone' started by Arch Stanton, May 16, 2011.

  1. Arch Stanton

    Arch Stanton it was the grave marked unknown right beside

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    DeMarcus Ware gets paid during lockout

    By Calvin Watkins
    ESPNDallas.com
    Archive
    The NFL lockout hasn't kept all players from getting paid by their teams.

    Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware is the only player to receive a paycheck from the Dallas Cowboys during the lockout.

    Ware received $6.8 million from the Cowboys on March 15, three days after the owners locked out the players, as part of deferred payments owed to him.

    Read more:http://sports.espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/news/story?id=6555015&campaign=rss&source=NFLHeadlines
     
  2. Big D

    Big D Well-Known Member

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    Good! He's earned it and is a big key to us winning in the future.
     
  3. The Emperor

    The Emperor Marcus Aurelius Maximus

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    Could you imagine the media firestorm if Romo, Austin, Dez, or Newman earned money during the lockout? I think it would resurrect Dick Schapp.
     
  4. Merlin

    Merlin Active Member

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    He didn't earn it during the lockout. He had already earned it and the payments just happened to be deferred. By the terms of the contract, they had to pay him. But he isn't the only one who the Cowboys have deferred payments to, his just happen to be due during the lockout.
     
  5. ZeroClub

    ZeroClub just trying to get better

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    There is no bad time to receive a check for $6.8 million.
     

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