FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Julio Jones stays in coach Dan Quinn’s good graces even after missing the opening day of the Atlanta Falcons’ needed minicamp.
Quinn talked about Tuesday he thought Jones, who missed voluntary offseason workouts, would participate throughout the minicamp. Quinn says he found Monday that Jones would skip the minicamp for “enterprise” causes.
Even so, Quinn says he was not disillusioned in Jones on account of Jones remained in fastened communication and outlined why his plans modified.
Jones has three years remaining on his five-year, $71.three million handle $47 million in assured money nevertheless could rapidly have the deal tweaked. Quinn says the workforce is “correct throughout the middle” of talks with Jones.
Quinn wouldn’t say if Jones may be fined for missing the first day of the three-day minicamp.
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