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Steelers have reworked several players contracts freeing up cap space

Antonio Brown has restructured his contract with the Steelers

Antonio Brown has restructured his contract with the Steelers

Adam Schefter of ESPN, is reporting that the Pittsburgh Steelers have restructured the contracts of Antonio Brown, Heath Miller and Shaun Suisham. 

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Steelers will save nearly 6 million dollars in salary cap for the 2015 season by these moves.  The money will be used to offset the large number of injured players counting against their salary cap.

According to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports, the Steelers moved 2 million dollars from Antonio’s contract in 2016 to this year, paying him around 8 million this season. 

Brown signed a six year deal worth 43.04 million in 2012, and has been working to get a better deal lately.

 

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