PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Vance McDonald has reportedly restructured his deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
NFL Insider Adam Caplan reported Monday that the tight end will have a new deal that converts his $5.5 million base salary into a signing bonus.READ MORE: Driver Entrapped In Dump Truck Rollover Crash In Collier Township
The move clears cap space for the squad.
Source: #Steelers are restructuring deals in order to create salary cap space.
Latest is TE Vance McDonald. He agreed to convert his $5.5m base salary to signing bonus.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Nearly 70 Inmates And Staff At Allegheny County Jail Infected
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 16, 2020
Also on Monday, the Steelers said veteran guard Ramon Foster is headed into retirement.MORE NEWS: 'We've Been Trying To Reach You:' Robocalls Soar During Pandemic, How To Avoid Them
Pittsburgh also released Anthony Chickillo, Mark Barron and Johnny Holton.