• Lawrence Timmons’ contract likely to be restructured as well

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Feb 27, 2013
    Linebacker Lawrence Timmons also agreed to have his contract restructured as the Steelers need to get under the cap by March 12. It’s the second straight year Timmons, a first-round pick in 2007, has restructured the long-term extension he signed in 2011, after the lockout.  Timmons has a lot left on his deal, as he has a total of four years left and is scheduled to make $5.3 million this next season. This is the third straight year that Roethlisberger has restructured his contract. Per a source with knowledge of the deal, Timmons dropped his compensation to a base salary of $750,000 in 2013.  Roethlisberger is scheduled to carry a prohibitive cap figure of $19.595 million in 2013, and the Steelers are working through tricky waters in regard to the salary cap, which is expected to land between $122 million and $123 million for this season.
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      Source: ESPN.com
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