Key members of the Atlanta Falcons have reported for the start of the three-day mandatory minicamp, which kicks off Tuesday.
Players report to the facility on Monday to take physicals ahead of on-field minicamp workouts beginning on Tuesday.
The quartet of Falcons skipped voluntary OTAs, but all had been expected to report for mandatory minicamp. Monday's news confirms they will indeed be on the field this week.
The Falcons have until July 15 to hammer out a long-term deal with franchise-tagged Jarrett. The defensive tackle already signed his franchise tender, meaning he would have been subject to fines if he skipped mandatory work (players who have not signed their tags would not be subject to fines).
Julio Jones has two years left on his deal, but the team is working toward a new contract that would re-align his pay with the top of the receiver market (currently 11 wideouts make more per year than Jones).