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March 12, 2012

In an official team statement, defiant Cowboys say they complied by league rules in 2010

Here is a statement from the Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple on the $10 million cap hit imposed by the league for taking advantage of the uncapped year:

"The Dallas Cowboys were in compliance with all league salary cap rules during the uncapped year.  We look forward to the start of the free agency period where our commitment to improving our team remains unchanged."

The Cowboys clearly have no regrets and believe they did nothing wrong.

-- Clarence Hill

 

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Why didn't the NFL strip the 49ers for being of over the cap when they won the 1994 Super Bowl?? Helps when a Commish is in the pocket like Tags for DeBartello and now Gooddell for Kraft.

No appeal process?

Just another example of why the Cowboys need a professional GM, instad of an owner who thinks he knows everything!

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