On Monday, six teams that took money from non-player employees during the lockout announced plans to give it all back.
Those teams were the Jets, Dolphins, Chiefs, Falcons, Lions, and Bills.
The Buccaneers imposed an unpaid furlough the week of Memorial Day, and the Bucs announced at the time that the money would be paid to the employees if the season is played.
Still silent (for now) are the Cardinals and the league office. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told PFT via e-mail, “We are getting to that shortly.”
That would leave the Cardinals, one of the most notoriously frugal franchises in all of sports. Will the Cardinals do the right thing?