Logan Mankins was reported to be one of two players holding up a new agreement between owners and players that would end the NFL Lockout, but according to a report on Twitter, he is now willing to sign off on a deal without seeking compensation. Mankins was reportedly seeking $10 million or unrestricted free agency, which his agent denied.
LoganMankins has just informed the NFLPA leadership he will sign off on a settlement of the Brady v. NFL case without seeking compensation.
The players and owners are currently meeting, with the owners expected to vote on the new CBA tonight. If 24 of 32 owners approve the new CBA, the lockout could end as soon as Thursday night.
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