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Dolphins to Slash Salaries Throughout Organization

The Dolphins, citing the current NFL lockout, will slash salaries throughout the entire organization, according to the Miami Herald.

Sporting News correspondent Jeff Darlington reports team executives advised every staff member of the impending changes during a Tuesday meeting, Mike Dee, the Miami Dolphins CEO, will reportedly institute organization-wide salary cuts. Citing multiple sources, Darlington reports that those making more than $75,000 will face a 20 percent pay cut; those making between $50,000-$75,000 face a 15 percent pay cut; and anyone below the $50,000 will have a 10 percent pay cut.

Once the lockout is lifted and players return to work, the salaries will be reinstated, according to the report. Sources told Darlington employees learned of the cuts via Dolphins CEO Mike Dee, who one hour earlier sent out a mass email asking staffers to attend an important meeting. “We’re a private company,” Dolphins spokesman Harvey Greene said when contacted by the Herald. “We don’t comment publicly about our internal practices,”

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