Some in the media would declare that no one holds out any more. And that would be correct, if we ignore the three top-10 picks who are holding out this year.
Camps are open in Arizona, New York, and Tennessee, and the Cardinals, Jets, and Titans are each missing a first-round, top-10 pick.
And for guard Jonathan Cooper (Cardinals), cornerback Dee Milliner (Jets), and guard Chance Warmack (Titans), the primary lingering issue is (wait for it) offset language.
There seems to be an emerging sense that agents will yield on the ability to double dip, if the deal includes a favorable structure, like the $10 million Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher will get in the next five days — and like the one that Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill first crafted last year when he (you guessed it) held out, even though no one supposedly holds out any more.