The last remaining rookie holdout is coming to work.
Blackmon's deal is worth $18.5 million over four years, a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL.com and NFL Network reporter Albert Breer. The deal is fully guaranteed.
The two sides had been butting heads over contractual language following Blackmon's DUI arrest in June. It's so far unclear how they settled the dispute. The new collective bargaining agreement's slotting system has made financial terms relatively easy to agree on.
Blackmon pleaded guilty and received a deferred sentence of one year. It was his second alcohol-related arrest.
The big wideout from Oklahoma State missed 11 days of training camp counting Monday's practice.
"When I was a rookie, I wanted to get into camp," Lewis told NFL Network's Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel on the "Double Coverage" podcast on Monday. "I couldn't imagine holding out as a rookie with this playbook. It's one of the most complicated playbooks that I've ever had. It's going to be tough. He's going to have to be on his horse when he gets to camp."