NEW ORLEANS, May 23 (UPI) -- New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl wide receiver Joe Horn agreed in principle to a one-year contract extension Friday, ending his two-month contract dispute.
The Saints did not release financial terms, but the Times-Picayune in New Orleans reported that Horn will receive a $6.8 million signing bonus.
Horn, 31, worked out with his teammates Thursday for the first time since the Saints began their offseason conditioning program. He skipped minicamp May 2-4.
The extension keeps Horn under contract with the Saints through the 2005 campaign.
"Some guys in the league get what they want," Horn told the Times-Picayune. "Some guys in the league get more than they really deserve. Some guys don't get what they deserve. I'll let (the media) figure out where Joe Horn stands."
Horn has averaged 88 receptions, 1,306 yards and eight touchdowns per season since joining the Saints in 2000.