Dez Bryant will reject any requests by the Dallas Cowboys to take a pay cut.
Bryant is scheduled to make $12.5 million in 2018 but had a disappointing 2017.
"I haven't heard no talk about that but if it comes, I don't know, probably not," Bryant said Wednesday. "Hell naw, man. I believe in me."
Bryant is set to count $16.5 million against the salary cap. The Cowboys can free up $8.5 million if they release him or $12 million if he is designated as a post-June 1 cut, with him counting $4 million against the cap in 2019.
Jerry Jones didn't want to discuss the future of Bryant on Sunday.
In 2015, Bryant missed seven games with foot and knee injuries. He missed three games last season with a tibial plateau fracture.