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This photo taken in 2009 shows Sal Alosi of the New York Jets. Alosi, the Jets' strength and conditioning coach, said at a news conference at the practice facility Monday Dec. 13, 2010 that he had not yet received any discipline from the team or the NFL, nor had he personally spoken to the league. He also said he had not offered to resign. Alosi tripped a Miami Dolphins player on the sideline during a game Sunday. (AP Photo)
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This photo taken in 2009 shows Sal Alosi of the New York Jets. Alosi, the Jets' strength and conditioning coach, said at a news conference at the practice facility Monday Dec. 13, 2010 that he had not yet received any discipline from the team or the NFL, nor had he personally spoken to the league. He also said he had not offered to resign. Alosi tripped a Miami Dolphins player on the sideline during a game Sunday. (AP Photo)

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