Jerry Jones is hopping mad over the salary cap penalty imposed by the league. The league may have told the Cowboys and Redskins not to rearrange salary during the uncapped year but, then why did the league approve the respective teams contracts?
Via Pro Football Talk:
As the Cowboys and Redskins explore all their options in fighting back against the NFL’s decision to dock them salary cap space for spending heavily during the uncapped year, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is making one thing clear: He thinks everything his team did during that uncapped 2010 season was fair game.
Jones told the Dallas Morning News that while he doesn’t want to get into the specifics of how he might fight the NFL’s discipline, he doesn’t see how the NFL can say now that the Cowboys deserve punishment when the NFL allowed all of the Cowboys’ contracts to go through at the time.
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