The Steelers got a little cap help on Saturday, as the Tribune-Review confirmed that cornerback Ike Taylor has restructured his contract. Taylor will reduce his base salary of $4.1 mil this season by $3 mil. He will get a signing bonus of $3 mil in return spread out over the next three seasons. Taylor had signed a five-year, $23.75 million dollar deal back in 2006 with the team. The Steelers free up about $2 mil in salary cap with the reducing of Taylor’s deal.
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