No holdout this year for Logan Mankins, it appears. The Patriots' Pro Bowl guard will sign his franchise tender and report to training on time, according to a report by ESPN.
Albert Breer reports that the tender is worth 10.116 million.
Mankins was one of 10 named plaintiffs in the players' antitrust lawsuit against the league, Brady vs. The NFL, which was one of the final snags of the lockout before it ended on Monday. The suit was reportedly officially resolved on Tuesday.
Mankins, 29, went to his third Pro Bowl in 2010 despite missing the first seven games of the season while holding out.
More to come. . .