Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams returned from a nine-game suspension last week and was officially added to the team's roster for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers.
He also restructured his contract that calls for a pay reduction.
Williams was suspended six games for violating the league's performance-enhancement drug policy and three additional games for a drunk driving offense.
Williams' $5 million base salary was reduced to $950,000, according to the Denver Post. He can also get a $100,000 bonus for each week he is on the team's game-day roster.
That means Williams can still earn up to $1.65 million if he is active in each of the Broncos' final seven games.