Atlanta Falcons’ star WR Julio Jones is willing to sit out all of training camp in order to get his contract re-worked, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Atlanta’s training camp starts Thursday, but Jones won’t be there. He’s already skipped offseason workouts, too. Jones wants a pay raise, but the Falcons have been crystal clear they don’t intend to give him one.

If Jones does in fact sit out training camp, he’ll be fined $40,000 per day.

In August 2015, Jones signed a five-year, $71.25 million contract extension. He’s set to make $14.2 million in 2018, but that’s less than WRs Sammy Watkins ($16 million) and Davante Adams ($14.5 million), among others.

Jones is coming off of his least productive season in Atlanta, where he caught 88 passes for 1,444 yards and three TDs in 2017.