While Brandon Marshall has every right to hold out — many would have — it sure is nice to see him down at the Denver Broncos facility.

According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, Marshall arrived in Denver last night and will participate in offseason activities despite not currently being under contract.

There had been reports that Marshall would holdout without a long-term deal in hand, but apparently nothing can stop him from preparing for the Denver Broncos’ upcoming season.

The Broncos placed the second-round tender on Marshall, which means that he’ll make $2.553 million in 2016 if the two sides can’t agree on a long-term deal. So far, Marshall has refused to sign the tender, but his appearance at offseason workouts is a good sign that something will get done, one way or another.