Miami Dolphins: It wasn't long ago that K Olindo Mare signed a contract that made him the games' highest paid player at his position. And seemingly ever since then the Dolphins have been trying to get him to take a pay cut. The Fins have asked Mare for the second time in six months to restructure his contract, but Mare doesn't seem as willing to do it this time around. "They've told me I have to take a pay cut," Mare told the Palm Beach Post. "I want to stay here, so we're going to try and work it out. I would do it for myself and for the team to an extent. But I'm not going to go crazy doing it. Taking a pay cut and playing for the minimum is a whole different deal."
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