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Not only did the Pittsburgh Steelers restructure the contract of linebacker LaMarr Woodley recently, but they also restructured the contract of linebacker Lawrence Timmons as well according to Ed Bouchette. The numbers of the restructure are not yet available, but as I mentioned in a previous post it likely involved turning a good portion of Timmons' base salary and the $4.5 million roster bonus he is due into signing bonus monies and stretching it out over the remaining years left on the contract. Timmons new contract that he signed prior to the start of the 2011 season had a total 2012 cap Read more [...]
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