The Browns have reduced the contract of center LeCharles Bentley by three years and thus makes him an unrestricted free agent after the 2008 season. Bentley will receive $605 thousand next season, but could make $4 million through incentives. The move was made to protect the team from having to pay Bentley $4 million in case he can’t play next year and also allows Bentley to make up the money if he is healthy enough to play. Bentley has missed his first two seasons with the Browns after tearing a knee tendon during training camp last year.
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