<Very paraphrased> Mooch basically said it's a big deal that the fines got out. But not that he was fined. Said that it's rare a player can go through a whole career without getting fined. Said that being late or missing rehab after a whole month of it becomes a grind. Nobody knows the circumstances of how he was late. Example: Meeting starts at 7 and he arrived at 7:05. It only becomes a distraction to the team when the fines become public (to which he expressed continued amazement that it got out), or that players perceive him to be getting special treatment. Marshall Faulk and Schefter basically agreed with one another that it's a distraction and the situation has the ability to tear apart the Cowboys. Marshall joked that the Cowboys could become the Dallas Eagles. Schefter continued on that it's the little things that added up, which makes the situation explosive.