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Jay Glazer / FOXSports.com

Posted: 6 minutes ago

The impasse between the New England Patriots and one of their best players appears to be over.

FOXSports.com has learned the Patriots and their All-Pro defensive lineman Richard Seymour have come to a financial agreement to end his holdout with the two-time defending Super Bowl champions.

Seymour is expected to report to the team by Wednesday morning.

Seymour has been a holdout since camp began last week, as he's still working off his rookie deal. While the team did not lock him up to a long-term extension, the two sides came to an agreement for this season that worked out for both parties.

It is expected that Seymour's agent and the Patriots will try to hammer out a long-term deal sometime this year.

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I doubt they sold the farm. pretty tight wallets. I'll be curious to see what happens with abe. Ellis got better every game last year & that would be an awesome set of bookends. with a healthy abe giving 100% & law coming in, skys the limit for this defense.

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Max, when Cubed calls in with her training camp report today, can you please ask her for an update on how well Abe is performing?



Abe is tired of hearing that he is never healthy for the stretch run. Abe is also aware that he is only capable of playing 8 games a year.

He decided to play the last 8 this year instead of the 1st 8.

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