Dolphins Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones will not be reporting to the teams mandatory minicamp. Jones is not happy with his current contract and would like to be one of the top paid safeties in the league. The Dolphins can begin fining Jones and I don't see a win situation for him. He's not going to get paid unless he shows up.
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Miami Dolphins’ Reshad Jones to skip mandatory minicamp | Miami Herald
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