Eagles veteran tight end Brent Celek has taken another pay cut.

Per ESPN's Field Yates, Celek will now earn $3 million this year instead of $4 million.

The Eagles restructured his deal last year, reducing his 2016 cap figure and extending it two years. The deal was worth a total of $13 million, with $6 million guaranteed.

Celek has been in Philadelphia since 2007, when the Eagles drafted him in the fifth round. He had 14 catches for 155 yards and no touchdowns last season -- all career-lows -- while Zach Ertz started and Trey Burton emerged as an offensive weapon.

A solid blocker and leader in the locker room, Celek was on the field for just 38.7 percent of the Eagles' offensive snaps, beating out Burton 439-331. He is the only position player who was on the team for its last playoff victory (2008).