Bills unsigned franchise player Jairus Byrd will not report to mandatory minicamp on Tuesday.
According to radio announcer Mark Kelso, the Bills and unsigned franchise player FS Jairus Byrd are $2 million per year apart in long-term talks.
Negotiations between the Bills and franchise player FS Jairus Byrd are reportedly "nowhere."
Franchise player Jairus Byrd didn't report for the start of Bills' voluntary workouts Tuesday.
According to the Buffalo News, long-term talks between the Bills and franchise player Jairus Byrd are in their "nascent stages."
Franchise player Jairus Byrd is not expected to show when the Bills open their offseason conditioning program on Tuesday.
BuffaloBills.com expects franchise player Jairus Byrd to push for a long-term deal averaging at least $8 million annually.
Bills FS Jairus Byrd's franchise tag is non-exclusive.
Bills assigned the franchise tag to FS Jairus Byrd.
Team president Russ Brandon said the Bills will use the franchise tag as a last resort only.
The Bills and free agent FS Jairus Byrd plan to open long-term contract talks within the next week at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com "gets the sense" that free agent FS Jairus Byrd hopes to test the open market this offseason.
The Bills have reportedly opened preliminary contract negotiations with impending free agent FS Jairus Byrd.
Jairus Byrd sustained a chest injury in Sunday's Week 5 loss to the 49ers.