Julio Jones Atlanta Falcons
Julio Jones #11 of the Atlanta Falcons warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Dec. 31, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. Daniel Shirey/Getty Images

Atlanta Falcons’ wide receiver Julio Jones doesn’t plan to attend training camp without a new contract. According to multiple reports, the Pro Bowler won’t join the team Thursday when camp begins after being informed that he wouldn’t receive a raise ahead of the 2018 NFL season.

It was three years ago that Jones signed a multi-year contract extension to remain with Atlanta. The deal was worth $71.25 million over five years, paying him a reported $47 million guaranteed.

All Jones has done since then is perform like an all-time great receiver. He’s totaled more than 1,400 yards in each of the last three seasons, averaging 6.7 receptions and 102.7 yards per game. Jones was a First-team All-Pro selection in 2015 and 2016, and he made the second team in 2017.

After being paid $47 million over the last three seasons, Jones is owed a base salary of $10.5 million in 2018 and $12.5 million in the 2019 season. Seven wide receivers are set to make more money during that time.

At the start of the offseason, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers gave wide receiver Mike Evans a five-year, $82.5 million contract with a reported $55 million in guarantees. Antonio Brown—the only wide receiver that’s been as productive as Jones in the last three years—leads all receivers with an average salary of $17 million per season after signing a four-year, $68 million contract last year.

The Los Angeles Rams gave Brandin Cooks $50.5 million guaranteed as part of a five-year, $80 million contract last week. Cooks’ career-high of 1,173 receiving yards in 2016 is still 236 yards fewer than what Jones recorded in his worst season since 2014.

Jarvis Landry got a $75 million contract from the Cleveland Browns in April. He’s never topped 1,157 yards in his four NFL seasons.

“We'll talk to him directly about that, and that's between us and him,” Falcons owner Arthur Blank told 11Alive Sports' Alex Glaze in May when asked about potential contract talks with Jones. “We've always treated our players respectively, competitively and done whatever we have to do to make a winning team on the field.”

Jones was voted by his peers as the fourth-best NFL player in 2018.