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Corey Graham restructured his contract with the Buffalo Bills

Graham is the second player to restructure his contract with the Bills.

The Buffalo Bills continue to free up cap space by restructuring contracts. On Thursday, safety Corey Graham officially restructured his contract with Buffalo.

Before restructuring his deal, Graham was set to make $4.6 million with the Bills this season.

In 2015, Graham recorded 127 total tackles (career high), two interceptions, one defensive touchdown, four passes defensed, and one sack in 16 starts. The safety will be entering the 10th season of his career and the third year of his four year deal with the Bills in 2016. 

At this time, it's unknown what Graham's new cap hit will be in 2016. Buffalo is also supposedly working on restructuring the contract of cornerback Leodis McKelvin.


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