"He's in a great spot, we're in a great spot," Dimitroff said, via the team's official website. "We continue to have our negotiations. I'm confident, I don't have an exact timeline, but I'm not concerned about it, he's not concerned about it ... It's just a matter of where it's all going to land. As you know, you get a little creative and see how it is. I think it's around the corner."
Dimitroff has insisted he's ready to make Jones the highest-paid receiver. Jones has repeatedly said everything is good, and he's not worried about a deal getting done. Perhaps the receiver is waiting to see if any other wideout gets a deal that surpasses Michael Thomas before firming his demands? Either way, neither is fretting the situation.