By CHRIS JENKINS
AP Sports Writer
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins won't be a training camp holdout, although he hinted strongly last month that he wasn't happy with his contract.
Agent David Butz told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Collins plans to report to the Packers' camp on time. Players report Friday and will begin practice Saturday.
Collins had a tumultuous offseason after being named to the Pro Bowl. His father died in May, and he skipped voluntary offseason workouts. Collins did show for a mandatory minicamp last month but didn't commit at the time to reporting for training camp without a new deal.
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