The Miami Dolphins are now one of 12 NFL teams to impose salary reductions for their employees during the lockout.
The Miami Herald reported team executives informed all club employees during a Tuesday meeting that salary cuts would be issued immediately across the board until the lockout is over.
According to the Herald, any Dolphins employee of the team earning more than $75,000 will face a 20 percent pay reduction. Anyone making below $75,000 will face a 15 percent pay cut and anyone making below $50,000 will take a 10 percent pay reduction.
The Palm Beach Post counted 11 other teams that have already imposed some form of pay cuts: the Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams.
Employees at the league level already have absorbed one pay cut, but could face another one in August is the lockout isn’t settled by that time.