Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch returned to OTAs, but cornerback Richard Sherman said the team wasn’t worried.
The team said they weren't on alert with Marshawn Lynch missing the team's first week of voluntary organized training activities last week.
However, Lynch has re-joined the team for workouts this week.
"We weren't too worried about him," Sherman said, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times.
"You know he's a great competitor, great athlete, great leader on this team. You knew wherever he was; he was working hard and doing whatever he could for this ballclub. Until September, we're not too worried about what 24 is doing."
Coach Pete Carroll added:
"He's in very good shape. He's working on an intense program in his area and he is benefiting from it."