Holding court with NFL reporters last week, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones scoffed at the notion that the team would have to finalize an extension for Tony Romo to clear up $20 million for salary-cap compliance.

Mission accomplished.

The Cowboys saved $4 million Wednesday by adding two voidable years for extra proration of pass rusher DeMarcus Ware's contract.

Tight end Jason Witten agreed to have $4.56 million of his $5.5 million base salary converted into a signing bonus, saving roughly $3.65 million against the cap.

The most newsworthy of the restructured deals was that of wide receiver Miles Austin, who ensured his roster spot by converting his base salary to a bonus that saves $3 million in cap room.