Report: Brent Celek Takes $1 Million Pay Cut

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Brent Celek bleeds green.

Celek, 32, was drafted by the Eagles in 2007 and has spent his entire 10-year career in Philadelphia. Now, the veteran tight end is taking a $1 million pay cut to help the team’s cap situation, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

Related: Report: Eagles Ask Jason Peters To Take Pay Cut

Celek caught just 14 passes for 155 yards and no touchdowns last season, as he continues to transition into more of a blocking tight end.

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Celek has missed just one game in his entire career, playing in 159 of a possible 160 regular season games. Celek signed a three-year deal worth $13 million before the 2016 season.

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