The PD today says that despite what it looks like, the Browns are not just going to dump Donte’ Stallworth:
Browns won’t release WR Donte Stallworth because that symbolic move would cost them about $7.6 million on their salary cap. That figure is derived from details of the seven-year, $35 million contract he signed as a free agent in 2008. As a result of Goodell’s suspension, the Browns will receive cap relief of $745,000, which is Stallworth’s base salary.
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