UPDATE: It appears the "restructuring" of the Santana Moss and Adam Carriker contracts are a bit unusual. Rather than kicking money down the road, which is normal, but unwise in these situations, the money has been converted into incentive bonuses. In other words, both players lost guaranteed money -- $2 million in the case of Moss. They can still get that money back, but will have to meet performance incentives to do so. Obviously, those are very favorable terms for the Redskins and I assume they obtained them by threatening to cut the players outright. In other words, the Redskins got the salary cap space they needed this year without creating a "dead money" issue in the years to come. Nicely done.