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Browns Haven’t Cut Back on Employees’ Salaries

As the NFL owners’ lockout stretched into its third month, some teams are implementing paycuts for low-salaried employees to save dimes in their $9 billion enterprise.

Teams that have imposed paycuts include the Dolphins, Cardinals, Bills, Jets, Packers, Chargers and Raiders, according to reports. The Browns are holding firm to not institute any cuts at present according to Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Although they are downsizing the security department, say several sources, the Browns have not demanded paycuts, furloughs or other cost-cutting measures. They are holding true to comments made by President Mike Holmgren a few days after the lockout started on March 12th.

At that time, Holmgren said, “It’s going to be business as usual in the building for the Cleveland Browns. Our philosophy is that we’re going to keep people working. We have a lot of good people working hard, doing their jobs, and we will continue to do that.”

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