Star running back Marshawn Lynch has reported for the first day of Seattle Seahawks minicamp Tuesday, according to reports.

Speculation ran wild after last week’s report that Lynch, 28, might not attend his team’s mandatory minicamp this week as he reportedly holds out for better contract terms. Reports surfaced that “Beast Mode” might even be considering retirement.

But as ESPN’s Terry Blount first reported Tuesday morning, citing anonymous sources, Lynch will attend the first day of the mandatory practice sessions Tuesday afternoon at Seahawks headquarters in Renton. By 11:45 a.m., multiple reporters at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center had confirmed that Lynch was in the building.

According to ESPN, Lynch and the Hawks are indeed talking about changes to his contract, which made him the NFL’s fifth-highest paid running back in 2013. While he is reportedly seeking to make more money this coming season, Lynch reportedly doesn’t want to pay the nearly $70,000 fine for missing minicamp, trusting the Seahawks will negotiate in good faith.

Lynch missed this offseason’s earlier practice sessions, yet his teammates and coaches maintained they were not worried about his absence from organized team activities, or OTAs. In fact, missing Seahawks practices is not out of the norm for Lynch, who also skipped the first week of OTAs last offseason.