Monday's deadline for franchised players signing long-term deals cut into what appeared to be a long list of potential training camp holdouts this summer.
Running backs Matt Forte and Ray Rice both got new deals, while the likes of Cliff Avril, Dwayne Bowe and Wes Welker will each play out next season on a one-year tender. Regardless of which way the negotiations went, however, those franchised (or, now, newly-inked) players are probably not going to hold out of training camp.
That leaves us with three big names: New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed and Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew. Each wants a new contract, and each are willing to miss some camp time to get it.
Let's run down the three in order of significance.