Jets' Martin re-works contract to provide more cap room
In what figures to be one of his final moves with the New York Jets before his anticipated retirement, tailback Curtis Martin has re-worked his contract for a second straight year, and provided the team more salary cap room.
According to league salary documents, Martin, who missed the entire 2006 season with a knee injury, reduced his 2007 base salary from $3.25 million to $820,000 which is the NFL minimum for a player of his seniority. He also voided the ...
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