It appears Sam Bradford blinked first in his staredown with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The presumptive starting QB has been at odds with the team since they traded for the No. 2 pick in the NFL Draft, which they used to draft North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz.

Bradford promptly demanded a trade and announced he wouldn't participate in any team activities, despite having signed a new deal with the Eagles the month before that included an $11 million signing bonus.

On Monday, teammate Connor Barwin told a radio show that Bradford was rejoining the team later in the day and that the locker room would welcome him back.

A little later, ESPN's Sal Paolantonio said that Bradford's agent, Tom Condon, had told him the QB was rescinding his trade demand and was ready to fulfill his contract with the Eagles.

Paolantonio also said that Bradford really expected that he would be traded to the Denver Broncos when he made his demand, but had realized his options were limited after that.

Bradford is reportedly expected to release a statement later today.