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Judge Considers NFLPA Collusion Lawsuit vs NFL

The union is seeking billions of dollars in damages. It claims the NFL set a secret salary cap during the uncapped 2010 season to hold down salaries.


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NHL Salary Cap Jumping To $70.2 Million

It’s a significant jump from last year’s cap of $64.3 million, and continues the trend of increases since the cap system was established in 2005.


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Jones Accepts Cap Hit, Not Trading Jenkins

Jerry Jones says he has no interest in going to federal court to seek relief after an arbitrator upheld the NFL’s salary cap reductions against the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins.


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NFL Union Files Lawsuit Against League Over 2010 Salary Cap

The NFL Players Association has filed a complaint in federal court accusing the league of colluding to impose a secret salary cap during the uncapped 2010 season



Cowboys Salary-Cap Appeal Dismissed

According to NFL general counsel Jeff Pash, speaking to media at the owners meetings in Atlanta, Professor Stephen Burbank dismissed the grievance filed by Washington and Dallas.


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Salary Cap Penalty Hasn’t Kept Cowboys From Moves

Jerry Jones says the Dallas Cowboys have been able to do everything they wanted to do this offseason despite the NFL reducing their salary cap.


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NFL Owners Approve Salary Cap Reductions

NFL owners have ratified the agreement between the league and players’ union that takes away $36 million in salary cap space from the Redskins and $10 million from the Cowboys.



Cowboys Probably Won’t Win Salary-Cap Grievance, But They Should

Two weeks ago the NFL announced it was docking the Cowboys $10 million and the Redskins a whopping $36 million for maliciously circumventing the non-salary cap year of 2010.


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AP Source: Cowboys-Redskins Money Back Into Pool

A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that the $46 million in total salary cap reductions for the Redskins and Cowboys will go to other teams.



Report: Cowboys Losing Salary Cap Money

The Cowboys will lose $10 million in salary cap space that can be stretched over the next two years because of violations for front-loading contracts during the 2010 uncapped year,


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Sources Say NBA Talks To Resume Wednesday

Officials from the NBA and players’ association will meet Wednesday, less than a week after three days of talks with a federal mediator couldn’t produce a deal to end the lockout, a person with knowledge of the plans said.


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Cowboys Cutting 4 Players, Clearing $16.6 Million

The Dallas Cowboys have decided to release several high-priced players. The moves will save the Cowboys about $16.6 million in salary cap room.