Technically, kicker Brandon McManus is a restricted free agent. That being said, he showed on Tuesday that he is still very much a member of the Denver Broncos.

The Broncos convened on the practice field at Dove Valley on Tuesday for veteran’s minicamp. Everybody was accounted for, including McManus.

McManus was extended a second-round tender by the Broncos, but has yet to sign it. Should he end up signing, he would make $2.746 million next season.

McManus made 29 of 34 field goal attempts in 2016, also hitting 32 of 33 extra points. During his three seasons with the Broncos, the 25-year-old has made 82.9 percent of his field goals and 98.2 percent of his extra points.

While everyone on the Broncos was present for Tuesday’s practice, one key component of the team did not participate. Center Matt Paradis watched from the sideline, as he continues his recovery from offseason surgery on both of his hips.