Matt Ryan anticipates Julio Jones attending his typical July workouts before the start of training camp.
Jones has skipped the Atlanta Falcons' mandatory minicamp as he seeks a new contract.
"There's probably about 12 of us that are going to get together in the month of July, and he'll certainly be a part of that,'' Ryan said of Jones. "We'll have an extended period where we get some work together. You know, that's something that we've done in the past. The past couple of years, we were down in Miami.
"This year is a little bit later due to kind of my offseason, but we'll still have that chance to work together. And I think that will be really productive for us."
Jones is looking for a revised contract with three years and $35 million remaining. He faces a grand total of $84,425 in fines for missing the three-day minicamp.
Ryan and the Falcons agreed upon an extension in May.