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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch reports to camp

Marshawn Lynch's holdout is indeed over.

The Seahawks running back reported to training camp Thursday, marking an end to his holdout after seven days.

Lynch arrived at the team's headquarters following its practice, which concluded in the early afternoon. Coach Pete Carroll met with the media after practice but did not confirm reports that Lynch was planning to end his holdout.

An hour or so later, media members reported hearing a loud cheer from the team's auditorium, possibly the players' reaction to Lynch's arrival.

Lynch was shown on NFL Network standing near the team's practice fields. Several media members, including 710 ESPN Seattle's Dave Grosby, tweeted pictures of Lynch as well.

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