(OWINGS MILLS, Md.) — Offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie restructured his contract with the Baltimore Ravens Tuesday, allowing him to remain with the team.
McKinnie agreed to reduce his base salary from $3.2 million to $2.2 million. McKinnie can still earn the million he lost back through incentives, according to The Baltimore Sun.
“Bryant’s a hardworking guy. That’s our expectation,” Ravens head coach Jim Harbaugh said. “Our expectation is that guys come out, practice hard and practice fast and give us their best. He’s always doing that. I think he continues to work his way back toward that Pro Bowl form. Both he and I agree that’s our goal for him. We talked about that as far as last winter.”
The now 32-year-old signed with the Ravens last season and started all 16 games games.
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