The Oakland Raiders restructured the contracts of defensive end Richard Seymour and safety Michael Huff in an effort to move closer to salary cap compliance.
The moves - which were reported by the Oakland Tribune - cleared nearly $12 million in salary cap space.
Seymour will make a league minimum of $925,000 this season after $6.565 million of his $7.5 million base salary was shifted into a roster bonus. An additional season was added to his pact - with the roster bonus being pro-rated over the next five years.
A similar deal was worked out with Huff, who will see his 2012 base salary reduced to $700,000. The remaining $3.3 million of his $4 million salary will be shifted into a roster bonus.
Huff's deal was extended by two seasons.