Found May 13, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Ty Warren
TEAMS: Denver Broncos
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Photo by the Denver Post According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Denver Broncos defensive tackle Ty Warren is unwilling to take a pay cut and accept around $1.5 million this season opposed to the $4 million he’s scheduled to make. Warren is 31 years-old and has been riddled with injuries over the past two seasons.  I wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up getting released at some point.
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