Doug Free agreed to take a pay cut in order to stay with the Dallas Cowboys.
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OT Doug Free has agreed to a pay cut, reportedly inking a two-year deal in the range of 3.5 million per annum. Additionally, the team cut offensive lineman D.J. Hall and added journeyman defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove.
In today's NFL, the left tackle position is losing its clear priority over the right side. As the RT becomes more important to success, the Cowboys are caught with a big problem to resolve there.
Looking for salary cap room, the Cowboys have asked right tackle Doug Free to take a pay cut from the $7 million he is owed in 2013.
Even harsh critics are beginning to notice that Jason Garrett is putting his stamp on the Dallas Cowboys.
If you listen to Jerry Jones, you're excused for being even more confused about what the Cowboys plan to do with Doug Free.
The Cowboys could cut offensive lineman Doug Free to save cap space, or they may consider moving him from tackle to guard.
Stephen Jones recently discussed a few items for the Cowboys offseason. His remarks about right tackle Doug Free weren't exactly high praise, but he did have encouraging words about re-structuring Tony Romo's contract.