The Philadelphia Eagles continue to make moves in order to free up some much-needed salary cap space. According to NFL Insider Adam Caplan, the team has restructed the contract of Pro Bowl right tackle Lane Johnson, projected to save more than $6 million in cap space.
#Eagles, continuing their busy off-season, have restructured Lane Johnson's contract for cap purposes, source said.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 5, 2019
Yesterday the team saved roughly $13 million by declining the option on Tim Jernigan’s contract.Follow @EaglesFeast