ALAMEDA, CA - JANUARY 30: Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie looks on during a press conference on January 30, 2012 in Alameda, California. Dennis Allen was introduced as the new coach of the Oakland Raiders, replacing Hue Jackson who was fired after one season. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
The Oakland Raiders have cut cornerback Chris Johnson and safety Hiram Eugene in their latest moves to get under the salary cap before Tuesday's deadline.
The team announced the moves on Friday that shed about $6 million from next season's payroll.
The Raiders have cut their two starting cornerbacks from the start of last season. Stanford Routt was released last month. Johnson played four games before being sidelined by an injured hamstring. Eugene missed all last season with a hip injury.
The Raiders previously restructured the contracts of quarterback Carson Palmer, defensive tackle Richard Seymour and safety Michael Huff to save $20 million against the 2012 cap. Linebacker Aaron Curry also tweeted that he restructured his deal to help the Raiders save even more.