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(Las Vegas, NV)  —  The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association has responded to a possible mutiny by its biggest contestants.

Some top cowboys, including Trevor Brazile and K.C. Jones, claim the Colorado-based PRCA has rejected their request for a greater say in association matters.

The PRCA says contestants wanted to change some of the bylaws, but the board has asked for more time to, “research and carefully consider” the issue.

The PRCA is currently considering a bid to move the National Finals Rodeo from Las Vegas to Florida.

The association has until Tuesday to submit a counter-offer to Las Vegas Events, which is funded by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, that would keep the NFR in Sin City past 2014.

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