Falcons Will Not Revise Julio Jones’ Contract Until After 2018 Season

Head Coach Dan Quinn expects both the organization and Julio Jones to come up with a deal that will please both parties.

“The good news is that there are conversations that have begun,” Quinn said. “We’ll keep those private. I have a lot of faith in the organization and also in Julio that things will get resolved with good communications. I’m sure that’ll be a part of it as well.”

Falcons offseason was interesting to say the least. Here’s a list players who are currently on their last year of their contract.

Quarterback Matt Ryan signed to what’s currently the highest-paid player in the NFL at $30 million per season.

Offensive Tackle Jake Matthews

Defensive Tackle Grady Jarrett

Safety Ricardo Allen

Offensive Guard Andy Levitre

Quarterback Matt Schaub

Offensive Tackle Ty Sambrallo

LS Josh Harris

RB Tevin Coleman

Guard Ben Garland

WR Justin Hardy

DL Derrick Shelby

CB Brian Poole

LB/Safety Kemal Ishmael

According to a report by The Athletic, the Falcons discussed their financial situation and the need for Jones to wait in line.

With less than $6 million in salary cap space entering training camp. Revising Julio’s contract just isn’t something Falcons are capable of doing.

Jones said in May during an interview with TMZ that there is “no story, no bad blood” because “I’m not going anywhere.”

Will Julio skip out on camp?

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