The agent for Kansas City's Larry Johnson says he and the Chiefs have reached agreement to cut the running back's two-week suspension in half.
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Peter Schaffer told The Associated Press that nothing had been signed, but he expected it to be.
Johnson was suspended for two weeks until Nov. 9 after twice using a gay slur and questioning coach Todd Haley's qualifications on his Twitter account.
The Chiefs were on their bye this week and Johnson was to miss only one game, at Jacksonville on Nov. 8.
Schaffer said the agreement will save Johnson about $330,000.
The Chiefs have consistently said they would have no comment on the situation and a spokesman could not be reached Saturday night.
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Posted: 10:35PM ET