Eagles restructured contract of CB Darius Slay

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The Eagles are working to create salary-cap space and star cornerback Darius Slay is the next man up according to Ian Rapoport.

Slay has his contract restructured to help save the Eagles almost $9 million.

Slay left the Lions because he wanted to play for a winner and he’s now 30-years old, with a big contract and Super Bowl aspirations, but he’ll apparently be around for the rebuild.

Slay was good in 2020 and would have carried a cap hit of $15.75 million in 2021.

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