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It looks like the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys will have a score to settle on the field when they face off on Wednesday September 5th to kickoff the 2012 NFL regular season.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t too happy that Giants owner John Mara said that he wouldn’t win his grievance over losing $10 million in salary cap space.
On Tuesday, the NFL owners ratified the agreement between the league and the player’s union that’s taken away $36 million from the Washington Redskins and $10 million from the Cowboys.
Jones has insisted that his relationship with Mara is just fine but, “I would like to settle this on the field. Our relationship is good from my perspective.”
Jones was jokingly asked about a half time boxing match, he responded, “Not really. We will have all of this in the rear-view mirror hopefully by the time we get to this game.”
It will certainly be difficult for the Cowboys to go into MetLife Stadium on September 5th and win. Since the NFL instituted the season kick...
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The New York Giants will host the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium
on September 5 at 8:30 p.m. ET for the season's opening game.
Asked John Mara if NY was big enough for the Giants and Tim Tebow: "I don't know, but the David Carr press conference will be tomw, too."— Bob Glauber (@BobGlauber) March 25, 2012
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