Sport: New Formation: Odd Man Out

Some regulars are displaced, but the teams go on

Speaking for more than one regular on more than one team, Dallas Linebacker Jeff Rohrer had sworn, "If some scab is in my locker, I'm going to toss his stuff right out in the middle of the floor." But no clothes or fits have been thrown. And the air is almost as clear as the linoleum. In the aftermath of the football strike, pickets, defectors and replacements are cohabiting fairly well.

A few small messages have been delivered. Cincinnati Veteran Dave Rimington, who allowed himself to be videotaped scraping keys on replacements' cars, returned to find there was a cost above...

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