Cornerback Corey Webster was a candidate to get cut as the Giants try to clear salary-cap space, but Webster has agreed to take a pay cut instead.
Webster, who was due a $7.25 million base salary in 2013, the final year of his current contract, has instead agreed to take a base salary of $4 million, Kimberly Jones of NFL Network reports.
Although he started all 16 games last season, Webster had a disappointing year, and there was talk in New York that the team would decide he wasn’t worth a roster spot. Accepting a pay cut of $3.25 million changes that calculus.
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