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Green Bay Packers' Mark Murphy considers pay cuts to coaches, staff

8:22 PM, May 27, 2011
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No pay cuts have been imposed on Green Bay Packers employees because of the NFL lockout, but team President and CEO Mark Murphy hasn't ruled out that possibility if the labor dispute drags on.

"It's based on when we're going to start missing revenue," Murphy said on Friday.

The Packers could withhold pay from selected employees, including Murphy, General Manager Ted Thompson, coach Mike McCarthy, the assistant coaches and other high-level directors. ...

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