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Cowboys Restructuring LT Tyron Smith’s Contract, Frees Up $7.2M In Cap Room

David Helman reports that the Dallas Cowboys are restructuring LT Tyron Smith‘s contract in a move that will free up $7.2 million in available cap space.

  • Helman adds that Dallas was roughly $7 million under the cap before making this move and now have in the neighborhood of $14 million in cap space.

Previous reports had said that Smith was a candidate to have his contract reworked this offseason, so this doesn’t come as a big surprise.

Smith, 25, signed a ten-year, $109 million contract tat included $40 million guaranteed. He was set to make base salaries of $10 million from 2016 to 2020 as part of this agreement.

In 2015, Smith appeared in all 16 games for the Cowboys and was rated by Pro Football Focus as the No. 2 offensive tackle out of 77 qualifying players.

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Terence Rendon
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That would stupid to do it now. After all great Fa and 2nd tier player have sign new contracts. But that Jerry and sons for you

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