MIAMI ( – During the height of the NFL lockout, the Miami Dolphins decided to cut the pay of staffers who had nothing to do with the work stoppage. But, with a new deal done, the Dolphins have something different to say.

The Miami Dolphins told their staff members that all salaries will be restored to where they were before the lockout.

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In addition, the Dolphins told staffers that in the employees’ next paycheck will be all lost wages due to the lockout.

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“On behalf of Steve Ross and our senior leadership team, THANK YOU for your attitude, your support and your exemplary contributions during a time where individuals who were less committed may have waivered,” Dolphins CEO Mike Dee wrote in the letter.

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The New York Jets made a similar move earlier Monday.