Giants' Webster Takes Pay Cut to Stay

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Giants' Webster Takes Pay Cut to Stay
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The New York Giants are clearing some salary-cap room in advance of free agency, and one of the ways they're doing it is with the help of cornerback Corey Webster. NFL Network reports that Webster has agreed to a 2013 pay cut, reducing his salary from $7.25 million to $4 million. The move will save the Giants about $3 million in cap room as they wrestle with decisions on several of their own unrestricted free agents, including safety Kenny Phillips, tight end Martellus Bennett and guard Kevin Boothe. They're also working on new, long-term deals for restricted free-agent wide receiver Victor Cruz and wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, whose contract expires at the end of 2013...

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