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Arizona Cardinals center Lyle Sendlein has restructured his contract. His 2012 salary has been lowered from $2.4 million to $700,000 with the reduced portion of the salary having been converted into a bonus to be redistributed throughout the remainder of his contract.
Picked up as an undrafted rookie out of Texas by the Cardinals in 2007, Sendlein has started every game since the beginning of the 2008 season and hasn’t missed any playing time due to injury during that stretch.
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