Britton Colquitt Takes Pay Cut

Broncos punter Britton Colquitt agreed to take a salary reduction to $1.4M for this season.

Jeff Legwold first reported the move.

Colquitt was set to make $3M in base salary this year, but the move will free up $1.6M in cap space, assuming Colquitt makes the roster.

He is still competing with Karl Schmitz for the punting job, but now that he has taken a pay cut, his chances of making the final roster may have increased.

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Bob Morris

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