Found February 22, 2012 on Billboard:
PLAYERS: Terrence McGee
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
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---The Bills just announced that they’ve come to terms with veteran cornerback Terrence McGee on a restructured deal. McGee appeared in six games last season because of injuries. The 31-year-old McGee was due $3.6 million next season, so the restructured deal will likely provide the Bills some immediate cap relief. His new deal still awards him a $2.1 million bonus but reduces his salary for 2012, enabling the Bills to better maneuver the free-agent market. McGee originally signed a 5-year,$27-million deal in 2009 which runs through the 2013 season. ---Rodney McKissic (www.twitter.com/rodneyjmckissic)
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