Coaches and front office-employees of the Arizona Cardinals will be hoping for a quick resolution to the lockout.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that if the lockout lasts 30 days, meaning it’s still going on April 11, the Cardinals’ coaches and front-office members under contract will start having 35 percent of their pay deducted from their paychecks.
If the lockout is ultimately resolved before the start of the season, and no games are missed, the team apparently plans to refund the money. But if any games are missed, those employees are out of luck.
The Cardinals are also considering giving their employees a week of unpaid furloughs in May.
Other teams including the Bills, Jets and Chiefs have said their employees will take a pay cut during the lockout.