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Bears restructure Julius Peppers' contract again


For the second time in a little more than two years the Chicago Bears have tweaked the contract of defensive end Julius Peppers to create salary-cap room. Tthe Bears converted $3 million of Peppers’ $12.9 million base salary for this season to a signing bonus. That reduced his salary for this season to $9.9 million and created $2 million in cap savings for the Bears. (Chicago Tribune)


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