All-Pro defensive end Chandler Jones has requested a trade from the Cardinals due to being unhappy over his contract status, according to reports.
Jones, who is entering the final season of a five-year, $82.5 million ($31 million guaranteed), still plans on reporting to training camp on Tuesday, according to ESPN. (NFL players who skip training camp are subject to fines.)
It’s unclear what Jones is seeking from a new contract.
The 31-year-old appeared in only five games last year due to a biceps injury and notched a single sack. But Jones had a big 2019 season, getting to the quarterback 19 times and forced a whopping eight fumbles, recovering three.
Jones has 97 sacks in his nine-year career, which began with the Patriots before he was traded to Arizona in 2016.