By: Aj Mansour |

Minneapolis, MN - According to reports Friday afternoon, the Minnesota Vikings and former punter Chris Kluwe have reached an agreement over alleged discrimination.

According to Kluwe's attorney through the USA Today, "The parties intend to hold a joint press conference early next week to make public the terms of a settlement arrived at late last night."

Kluwe's camp had previously threatened lawsuits in the ballpark of $10M surrounding claims that Kluwe had been discriminated against in multiple forms. After Training Camp kicked off, Kluwe backed off of his threats and negotiations between the two sides picked up once again.

Earlier this summer, the Vikings announced that Special Teams Coordinator Mike Priefer would be suspended for the first three games of the 2014 regular season. The Vikings are also enacting new regulations for work place behavior behind the scenes and will donate funds to LGBT charities for awareness.