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October 18, 2007

Johnson's suspension not reduced

Cowboys defensive tackle Tank Johnson's eight-game suspension will not be reduced, but he will be able to begin practicing on Friday with the team, Johnson's agent said.
There was some hope Johnson would have his suspension reduced by a game or two. It wasn't. Instead, Johnson will be able to practice with the team.
"We don't think the comissioner was unfair at all," said Johnson's agent, Jerrold Colton. "We're happy that he'll be able to get acclimated with the team."
Johnson will be eligible to play against the Giants in New York on Nov. 11.

- Mac Engel


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I feel this commissoner is very biased in favor of his friends like the Patriots. His good friend Mr. Kraft gets away with a big one, (cheating) by his caoch Belacheat. To Dallas he can't even reduce Tank Johnson's suspension by one to two weeks. Wade, the QB coach for Dallas really gets slammed by this jerk, but watch him close on those eastern teams and his good friends. There appears to be a double standard and it's very apparent. Where did this Jack --- come from anyway?

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