Harrison Rejected 30-Percent Pay Cut, Opportunity to Earn It Back

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Harrison Rejected 30-Percent Pay Cut, Opportunity to Earn It Back
Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

The Steelers opted to move on from veteran linebacker James Harrison on Saturday after talks aimed at reducing his 2013 cap number reached impasse. Per a league source, the Steelers offered a reduction of roughly 30 percent in Harrison’s base salary of $6.57 million, with an opportunity to earn the money back via incentives.

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