Cowboys Restructure Deal for Center Travis Frederick

With two free agent signings now on the books, the Cowboys have restructured the contract of the center Travis Frederick to create more cap room, as expected, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

The Cowboys converted most of Frederricks’ $10 million base salary into a signing bonus, freeing up roughly $7 million in space under the 2018 salary cap, according to a source.

The room was necessary to make the signings of linebacker Joe Thomas and receiver Deonte Thompson official, while also giving them space for any more prospective signings.

Frederick’s cap hit before the restructuring was $13.2 million.


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