The Denver Broncos have cut off offensive tackle Ja'Wuan James soon after he had been set on the non-football accident list, voiding the 10 million-plus he had been expected to make this year after he tore his Achilles tendon while exercising from the group's centre.
James was originally set on the record Thursday with the aim of never paying him due to this injury but the next day he was discharged entirely, the NFL Network reported.
The 28-year-old participant didn't openly comment but on Friday he affirmed in a tweet he had undergone operation.
"Surgery went well enjoy everybody reaching out," the article . "Consistently remaining positive & attempting to become better than yesterday"
James endured the season-ending harm in a personal workout earlier this season. Players from the league were shocked to learn because the harm occurred off, James will be at risk of falling out on his guaranteed salary.
The NFL issued a memo that a brief time after describing the"have no contractual duty" to cover James as a consequence of the injury.
"Many clubs have asked about the contractual consequences caused by the truth that Mr. James continued this season-ending harm when training from the Broncos' facility"
"Injuries sustained while a participant is exercising'on his own' at a place apart from an NFL centre are believed'Non-Football Injuries' and therefore are beyond the reach of a regular ability, harm and cap warranty," the memo continued.
The Broncos have yet to openly confirm his launch.
James was drafted from the Miami Dolphins at 2012 as a first-round selection. He opted from the 2020 season because of COVID-19 concerns.