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LB takes pay cut

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According to a source close to the situation, Dumervil restructured his deal. Instead of making 12 mill, he will make 8 mill this year.

— Michelle Beisner (@MichelleBeisner)

March 15, 2013

im looking at you Beason...

you to Gross

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Restructurings are rarely pay cuts, but I get your point.

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Vilma and Will Smith both took HUGE paycuts for the Saints as well.

I wish we would be more on top of this. There's probably half a dozen guys I would have slapped a new reduced contract in front of and said "sign this or we're cutting you... oh and by the way most the teams are broke now so if you want to test free agency, good fugging luck"

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But Beason and Gross are stand-up guys.......

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The difference is no player wants to take a pay cut to remain with the Panthers.

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Take into account while Dumerville didn't light it up last season, at least he was on the field. Beason has been getting full pay the last 2 years to basically do nothing but rehab. You'd think he'd at least take a paycut this year, kinda pisses me off.

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It was pay cut or be cut... you ready to cut Gross?

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