The New Orleans have had a busy offseason.
Although they let several players walk in free agency, they made a couple of key re-signings and added one of the league’s best safeties, Jairus Byrd, formally of the Buffalo Bills, to their secondary. Earlier this week, they reached a two-year deal with future Hall of Fame cornerback Champ Bailey and matched the offer for safety Rafael Bush.
On Wednesday, they freed up some money by getting defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley to restructure his deal.
According to Joel Corry of The National Football Post, Bunkley has taken a pay cut.
Bunkley was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 14th overall pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. After leaving Philadelphia in 2011, he signed with the Denver Broncos before joining the Saints a year later.