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Sources: Owners save for lockout

Updated: February 7, 2011, 1:14 AM ET
By Adam Schefter | ESPN

NFL owners have been preparing for the potential protracted labor battle with some super game planning.

Under the terms of the CBA that govern uncapped years, each of the NFL's 32 teams was not required to fund player benefits such as 401K plans that are not in effect in uncapped years, saving each team $10 million that the NFL is holding on to, according to multiple team sources.

This savings of $320 million could be used to help offset some of the costs during the early ...

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