At one point, it appeared that Trevor Pryce would likely be released this offseason. Now it looks like he'll be sticking around Baltimore for at least another year.
Pryce has taken a $2.5 million pay cut this season, according to The National Football Post's Aaron Wilson. Pryce is now set to earn $2 million in base salary in 2010.
The pay cut means that the 34-year-old probably will stick with the team as part of a rotation at defensive end with Cory Redding.
As you could probably tell by doing some simple math, Pryce originally would have made $4.5 mil this year, which would have been a large chunk of change for a part-time player.
Despite losing his starting job to the now-departed Dwan Edwards last season, Pryce still led the Ravens in sacks with 6.5. This season will be the four-time Pro Bowler 14th year in the NFL.