Over the last week it's been reported that Colts QB Peyton Manning, Saints QB Drew Brees, Patriots G Logan Mankins and Chargers WR Vincent Jackson -- all named plaintiffs in the antitrust lawsuit against the league -- made personal demands before signing off on the antitrust lawsuit.
Tom Condon, agent for Manning and Brees, said Wednesday on NFL Network that neither player made any sort of demand as part of the NFL lockout talks.
It had still been reported that Mankins and Jackson are seeking $10 million as part of the settlement. Jackson tweeted that he just wants to play football and now the agent for Mankins, Frank Bauer, told ESPN's Chris Mortensen that Mankins never made any financial demands.
"For people to say he has made monetary demands, he hasn't made any such demand. We don't know terms. We haven't talked to (NFLPA attorney) Jeff Kessler. There has been no communication, but it's irresponsible to report Logan has made monetary demands."
Mort also reports that the 10 plaintiffs won't receive anything extra in the proposed deal the owners are expected vote on before 5:30 p.m. (ET) on Thursday.