One of the Miami Dolphins’ most productive players has decided to attend the team’s mandatory minicamp after bypassing voluntary sessions.

Defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah — who has been training on his own in recent weeks while many of his teammates worked together at team headquarters — will attend the Dolphins’ mandatory minicamp that runs Tuesday through Thursday this week, agent Drew Rosenhaus said on his weekly segment on WSVN-Fox 7.

But Rosenhaus also made clear that Ogbah would like a new contract after producing a career-high nine sacks last season in 16 games, including 12 starts.

“We would like to get an extension done,” Rosenhaus said. “We’ve approached the Dolphins about that. That’s as much as I can say.”

In March 2020, Ogbah signed a two-year deal with salaries of $7.5 million in 2020 in 2021.