Pro Bowl safety John Lynch took a pay cut to remain with the Denver Broncos for a fifth season, passing on a chance to retire or test free agency. Lynch was scheduled to make 2 million dollars in 2008 and hesitated about returning to the team after he was asked to take a salary cut, the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News reported.
He reached a one-year deal after meeting with owner Pat Bowlen and coach Mike Shanahan.
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