Defensive tackle asked to rework contract

ESPN.com has learned that Browns' president Carmen Policy met with the agent for defensive tackle Gerard Warren, who is due total compensation of about $5.8 million, and who will be asked to rework his current contract to provide the Browns much needed salary cap relief.

Updated: February 16, 2004, 12:27 PM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

The 2004 NFL season concludes in Florida, with the city of Jacksonville and Alltel Stadium scheduled to host Super Bowl XXXIX.

For the Cleveland Browns, though, the '04 campaign seems to have commenced in The Sunshine State, with team president Carmen Policy visiting there last weekend to begin talks aimed at reworking the contracts of two key veterans.

Policy huddled Friday with quarterback Tim Couch, laying the groundwork for the five-year veteran to retain his job by restructuring ...

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