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On Wednesday, ESPN’s Don Van Natta Jr. reported that the Dallas Cowboys paid $2.4 million in settlements related to voyeurism accusations against a top team executive.

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According to the report, a Cowboys cheerleader accused Rich Dalrymple, the team’s longtime senior vice president for public relations and communications

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of filming them while they changed clothes. Daltrymple was also accused of taking “upskirt” photos of owner Jerry Jones’ daughter in the Cowboys’ war room during the 2015 NFL Draft.

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Officially, it seems like the NFL is not addressing this matter, at least for the time being. Pro Football Talk reached out to the league only to be denied comment.

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This statement from McCarthy doesn’t provide insight into whether the NFL will actually investigate the situation

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or if they have already done that. If the league gets pressed on the matter more by media or other entities, it might have no choice but to offer comment.

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Dalrymple, meanwhile, has denied the allegations levied against him.

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People who know me, co-workers, the media and colleagues, know who I am and what I’m about,” Dalrymple said in his statement.

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I understand the very serious nature of these claims and do not take them lightly. The accusations are, however, false.

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One was accidental and the other simply did not happen. Everything that was alleged was thoroughly investigated years ago, and I cooperated fully.”