Seattle, Hand unable to compromise on contract
The Seattle Seahawks cut veteran defensive tackle Norman Hand on Friday, after the two sides were unable to resolve contractual differences, ESPN.com has learned.
Hand and the Seahawks had discussed the possibility of Hand's reducing his 2004 base salary, scheduled at $3 million, but the player balked at the cut suggested by Seahawks executives.
Hand was entering the final season of the two-year deal that he had renegotiated last spring after Seattle acquired him in a trade with New ...
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