OK. Back to bein’ cheerful, folks. Got the negativity out of my system earlier (and a big thanks to football mensa for pointing out the error of my ways). Time to look as some good things going on with the Dallas Cowboys, or at least things that will have some impact on the 2012 season.
One of which is kind of odd. It seems that the Seattle Seahawks, our week 2 opponent, got their wrists slapped over violating the CBA rules on OTAs.
The league’s management council and the players’ union determined that Seattle violated the collective bargaining agreement’s offseason workout rules by having live contact during one of the club’s organized team activities (OTAs).
As punishment, the Seahawks will forfeit scheduled OTA practices Wednesday and Thursday, plus a workout day Friday. Players are prohibited from being at the facility on those days, but will be paid for the sessions.
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