NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Oher, who has been dealing with a medical issue, reported to the facility on Tuesday, according to a source. Oher was scheduled to meet with doctors, according to the team.
Per reporters on site, the offensive tackle wasn't seen at the early portion of practice.
Oher participated in just three games in 2016 as he dealt with concussion issues. The 31-year-old skipped all of the voluntary work this offseason. He also was arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge following an incident in Nashville in April.
Here are other notable minicamp arrivals and no-shows from Tuesday:
- As anticipated, offensive tackle Branden Albert reported to Jacksonville Jaguars minicamp. Albert told reporters he's ready to "move on" after sitting out organized team activities in search of a new contract. "I'm just happy to be here, working with the guys," he said. "I'm declaring now, I'll be in training camp. I'll be ready to work."
- Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters told reporters he's looking for a reworked contract from the team. "I want to retire here. I don't want to go year to year." He added he will attend training camp next month.
- Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said safety Earl Thomas is continuing his ahead-of-schedule recovery from a broken leg, taking part in a lot of Tuesday's minicamp, per the team's official site. Carroll also said receiver Tyler Lockett (leg) "made a big jump from last week to this week," adding there's a good chance Lockett will be at full speed by start of camp.