The New York Giants cleared a little more cap space Brook Lopez Jersey before free agency begins, as cornerback Corey Webster took a pay cut and center David Baas also restructured his contract.A source confirmed that Webster agreed to take a pay cut in the final year of his contract. NFL Network had earlier reported that Webster's base salary will go from the $7 million he was scheduled to earn to a new base of $4 million.Baas also had his base salary of $4.25 million restructured to $1.25 million for this season, according to the NFL Players Association website. The Giants now reportedly have $8 million to $9 million in cap space.They still might do more cap maneuvering before free agents are allowed to officially sign on Tuesday.Even though Webster struggled Deron Williams Jersey in 2012, the Giants' ability to keep him at a more reasonable number is important. They need Webster, with little depth and experience on the roster at corner after Prince Amukamara and Jayron Hosley.The Giants are hoping Webster will have a bounce-back season in what will be a contract year. But they still need more cornerbacks for depth and experience. Sources told ESPN that the Giants are one of four teams interested in former Packers safety Charles Woodson, who could certainly provide experience and depth as an extra safety/defensive back. But it's safe to assume that the Giants would want only a short-term deal with a veteran like the 36-year-old Woodson.Clearing cap space will help the Giants tender Kevin Love Jersey restricted free agents like Victor Cruz, Andre Brown and Stevie Brown. They also hope to re-sign some of their free agents, like Kevin Boothe and Martellus Bennett.General manager Jerry Reese might have some more restructuring and cap maneuvering to do because he would like to extend Cruz's contract and Hakeem Nicks' deal, which is entering its final year.The Buffalo Bills haven't given up on re-signing cornerback Leodis McKelvin before the former first-round draft pick is eligible to become a free agent next week.McKelvin's agent, Hadley Engelhard, told The Associated Press on Thursday that negotiations are ongoing, and the two sides are scheduled to talk again Friday. He described talks as being in "the beginning stages."Barring a deal being Ricky Rubio Jersey reached with Buffalo, Engelhard is preparing to start entertaining offers from other NFL teams on Saturday. That's when a three-day window opens allowing teams to begin contacting players before they're eligible to become free agents on Tuesday.The Bills could still re-sign McKelvin before the free-agency period opens, but they risk the player's asking price going up once he's allowed to talk with other teams."Things will pick up on Saturday, but I don't rule anything out until a deal is done," Engelhard said.Selected 11th overall out of Troy in 2008, McKelvin has had difficulty maintaining a starting job in Buffalo.Used mostly as a third cornerback last year, McKelvin had one interception in 13 games, including four starts. He missed LeBron James Jersey the final three games because of a groin injury. Overall, he has six interceptions in 64 games, with only 33 starts.McKelvin has made a bigger impact on special teams, having combined for four touchdowns returning kickoff and punts. Last year, he led the NFL averaging 18.7 punt return yards, and became the first Bills player to return two punts for touchdowns in one season. As a rookie, McKelvin set the single-season franchise record with 1,468 yards on kickoff returns.The Bills lack depth at cornerback, especially after cutting veteran Terrence McGee last month.General manager Buddy Nix has expressed interest in re-signing McKelvin. At the NFL scouting combine last month, Nix listed McKelvin along with safety Jairus Byrd and guard Dwyane Wade Jersey Andy Levitre as the top three pending free agents he would like to keep.The Bills placed the franchise tag on Byrd to retain his rights last week.On Thursday, the Bills announced they've retained tight end Mike Caussin by rolling over the final year of his contract. Caussin missed last season while recovering from right knee surgery. Buffalo acquired Caussin in December 2010 by signing him off Jacksonville's practice squad. He has five catches for 41 yards in six games with Buffalo.Buffalo also formally announced it had re-signed linebacker Bryan Scott, a day after the 10-year veteran revealed he had signed a one-year contract.