by Marcus Washington
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Fans were quick to react to the announcement that the NFL lockout was over.
For 136 days, fans have wonder would the NFL football season start off with empty seats, blank score boards and empty stadium parking lots.
"Absolutely worried about what we're going to do on Sunday, what we will do on Sunday night, what we're going to do Monday night," said NFL fan Charla Myer from St. Louis. "No football would have sucked definitely."
Monday morning brought relief to millions of those NFL fans like Myer when word came down the players agreed to a deal.
"I was most excited! We have been waiting to hear that football is going to be on all summer. So, it is great to know that it's on," added Myer.
"Season on! We're ready! We're waiting," cheered Darrell McDowell from Michigan.
The more than four month lockout didn't make many diehard fans happy as they worried about when they would be able to see their favorite player make that winning touchdown again.
"I'm glad they came to an agreement. I think the whole thing is silly. There is so much money. How much do you need," asked John Jacobs from Utah.
Now that the plays are in motion for training camps to begin, some fans fear this hold out could ultimately hurt the game or even the players.
"I think there will be more players hurt because they haven't had a preseason or training camp," said Ronnie McDowell from Michigan.
With the agreed deal including a 10 year pact, fans said they'll now turn their attention to their teams' chances of making it to the Super Bowl
"So for at least 10 more years we don't have to worry about it and now they can get down to playing football," said Jacobs.
The Titans have told NewsChannel5 that they are expecting to start training camp on Friday, with practice on Saturday.
Players are expected to arrive at Baptist Sports Park Tuesday morning.
On Wednesday, 10 teams will open training camp.
On Thursday players can be cut or waived.
And then on Friday, unrestricted free agency begins and teams can begin signing their own and other teams players.