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Xavien Howard of the Miami Dolphins has reported to training camp, ending his holdout.

Xavien Howard, a Miami Dolphins All-Pro cornerback, reported to training camp on Tuesday, ending his contract standoff.
Howard did not attend the Dolphins’ three-day minicamp last month, raising concerns that he would not report to camp.
After leading the NFL in interceptions last season with ten, the standout cornerback signed a five-year, $75.25 million agreement in 2019 but wants it changed.
In March 2020, fellow cornerback Byron Jones agreed to a five-year, $82.5 million contract with $46 million guaranteed, and Howard, who outperformed him last season, believed he deserved to be the team’s highest-paid cornerback.
The Dolphins released a video of Howard’s arrival on Tuesday, so the stalemate appears to be over.
In 56 career games with the Dolphins, the 28-year-old veteran has 22 interceptions.