Redskins save $2 million by restructuring Josh Wilson’s contract

According to Zac Boyer of The Free Lance-Star, the Washington Redskins will save $2 million under the salary cap after restructuring cornerback Josh Wilson’s contract.

Wilson, 28, originally was set to count for $5.33 million against the cap in 2013, the final season of a three-year contract. With the restructure, he’ll make a base salary of just $2 million and can make up to an additional $1.3 in incentives. The length of the contract was not extended.

This will free up more money so the Skins can sign their draft class.