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Fins to Restore the Salaries of the Clubs Employees

The same day the NFL and the NFLPA agreed to a settlement that will lift the lockout in the coming days the Dolphins organization announced plans to restore the salaries of the team’s employees according to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

In May the Dolphins slashed salaries as much as 20 percent fearing a work stoppage. Any employee of the team who made more than $75,000 received a 20 percent pay cut. Those making below $75,000 faced a 15 percent pay cut, and anyone below a $50,000 salary received a 10 percent trim.

Employees will be informed today at 4 p.m. all of their lost wages will be restored, and their salaries will return to their normal levels in the next paycheck.

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