According to ESPN's Chris Morentson, Riley Cooper has rejoined his fellow teammates at practice today.
It is a monumental step for the receiver, who was expected to be gone for all of August, turns out to be under a week.
Everyone knows the story, Cooper was filmed at a Kenny Chesney concert laying down some disgusting words on a security guard and it didn't go viral until days after Jeremy Maclin's devastating injury.
At first, his return at all was doubtful. He got the support of a few key veterans early on, but it looked to not be enough.
Eagles star running back LeSean McCoy has been quoted saying he can't "respect a guy like that" while newly acquired cornerback Cary Williams feels the same way.
Maybe something's changed in the lockerroom? Maybe Chip Kelly had a recent conversation with the players and they agreed to let the embattled receiver back.
We do know last week he had a meeting with the team and had a few veterans speak. Maybe that was the key to allowing Cooper back at camp?
Are there still players on the team who can't forgive him? Will he cause a divide in the locker room?
We don't yet know, but what we do know is that Cooper is scheduled to practice with the team today, and will meet with the media later this afternoon.
It is most definitely a huge developing story, so be sure to follow me on Twitter (@PJbleedsgreen) to get all the updates and news on Cooper back at camp.