Xavien Howard reported to training camp with the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday despite not receiving a new contract this offseason.

Howard was absent from Miami's entire three-day minicamp in June, skipping the mandatory offseason work and racking up $93,000 in fines because of his displeasure related to his existing contract.

The cornerback's five-year, $75.25 million extension signed in 2019 is scheduled to pay him a guaranteed salary of slightly over $12 million in 2021.

Howard led the league in interceptions with 10 and earned his first All-Pro honor of his career in 2020.