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Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com reports that the New Orleans Saints have restructured the contract of defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley.
Bunkley, 29 was set to make a base salary of $3.7 million in 2013, but the Saints converted $3 million of that figure into a signing bonus that will be paid out over the remainder of his contract. His salary will now $750,000.
This actually frees up $2.2 million in cap space, but Yasinskas notes that New Orleans is still about $2.9 million over the cap.
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