When the Falcons convene on Tuesday for a mandatory minicamp, the biggest question continues to be whether receiver Julio Jones will be there.
Jones skipped all Organized Team Activities, reportedly because he’s not happy with his contract. And while he has denied it during an impromptu discussion with TMZ, the prevailing view continues to be that he’s sending the team a message about dissatisfaction with his compensation package, which averages $14.25 million and pays $10.5 million this year.
The story said it's not clear what Jones wants, other than more money. Some think he's not happy being the eigth-highest paid WR, or that teammate Matt Ryan has a bigger contract, according to the story. Jones has been working out with Terrell Owens and some think Owens could be influencing Jones.