SEATTLE — Marshawn Lynch ended his contract holdout and returned to the Seattle Seahawks training camp Thursday.
Lynch was not expected receive a new deal, but some contract additions are expected from the Seahawks.
Coach Pete Carroll said after Thursday’s training camp that he wasn’t aware of any decisions on Lynch.
But Lynch showed up later at the VMAC training center Thursday, wearing Seahawks gear.
The star player is one of the top paid running backs in the NFL, signing a four-year, $30 million contract two years ago. Lynch, 28, is due $5.5 million this season, along with a $2 million roster bonus.
It is not yet known what concessions the Seahawks will make. However, it is likely they will forgo Lynch’s fines for not appearing at camp, which added up to $225,000.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.