Bears won’t cut assistants’ pay until games are missed

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While the overwhelming majority of NFL coaches will be forced to accept pay cuts in the event of a labor stoppage, Bears assistants have been assured their pay won’t be docked unless a lockout forces NFL games to be canceled, team president Ted Phillips said Friday.

”I’ve told them exactly what we’re going to do in the event a lockout occurs,” Phillips said. ”We’re having no layoffs, no furloughs, no pay cuts until we actually miss games.”

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