Looking at Jon Beason's redone deal

Panthers linebacker took pay cut to $1 million from $5.25 million, has other compensation Aaron Wilson

Print This July 27, 2013, 09:47 AM EST

The Carolina Panthers adjusted veteran linebacker Jon Beason's six-year, $51 million contract this week.

His salary for this season was reduced from $5.25 million to a $1 million salary fully guaranteed for skill, injury and cap.

The deal also includes a $500,000 roster bonus due today as well as a $250,000 workout bonus, a $1.75 million per game roster bonus paid $109,375 per game active and a $500,000 Pro Bowl bonus.

There were no other changes to the deal, which included a $20 million signing bonus and a total of $25.25 million guaranteed.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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