HOUSTON — It was something Houston Texans General Manager Rick Smith hoped wouldn’t drag out, and in the end it lasted just one day.

After missing the opening day of training camp, Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins ended his holdout Sunday.

Hopkins is expected to be at practice Monday where Texans Coach Bill O’Brien will address the situation along with Hopkins, speaking to reporters.

Hopkins, who is scheduled to make $1 million in base salary this season, and the team were still in constant communication. Smith said the dialogue was positive throughout the short holdout.

During the holdout, Hopkins was being fined $40,000 per day he missed, but now because of his return he will be able to cash in on a $445,004 roster bonus on Wednesday.

SAINTS: Peyton Manning visited New Orleans’ training camp in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

Saints Coach Sean Payton has mentioned the possibility of adding a fourth quarterback to the roster during preseason and smiled at a lighthearted question asking whether that’s why Manning showed up. In fact, Manning was attending the Grocery Manufacturing Association’s leadership forum, also hosted by the luxury Greenbrier Resort, where the Saints are holding training camp for a third straight summer. Manning was on a list of guest speakers for the conference.

GIANTS: Odell Beckham Jr. is seemingly OK after being cleated in the area of his left ankle and being forced to leave practice.

Coach Ben McAdoo says the team’s leading receiver sustained a cut on the play, ending his day at practice.

Beckham was hurt when cornerback Janoris Jenkins stepped on his foot as the two landed after jumping to catch a pass downfield.

Beckham got up after the play and walked to the end zone before sitting down to look at his foot.

Team trainers and doctors quickly surrounded him and examined the foot. He limped to the sideline a few minutes later.

JETS: Running back Matt Forte continues to sit out training camp practices because of what he calls a “slight” hamstring pull.

One of the Jets’ main free-agent signings this offseason, Forte said he injured the hamstring running on his own before training camp started. He and the Jets are being cautious to avoid Forte reinjuring it by coming back too soon.

COWBOYS: Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence publicly addressed his suspension, apologizing for a violation of the NFL substance-abuse policy that will sideline him for the first four games this season.