Vikings: Michael Jenkins takes pay cut

Vikings wide receiver Michael Jenkins agreed to take a pay cut last week. Jenkins' base salary in 2012 has been reduced from $2.5 million to $1 million, according to NFLPA records. Multiple media sources are speculating that Jenkins took the pay cut to avoid being cut.
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