The Chicago Bears and Allen Robinson haven't seriously discussed a new contract since September.
During an interview last week, Robinson said there was an "open line of communication" with the club but noted that sides hadn't spoken for "some time."
According to a report, there have been no talks on a long-term contract extension between the two sides in several months. The franchise tag window opens on Feb. 23. Unless extension talks progress quickly with Robinson, he is a candidate to get slapped with that tag.
"At this point, I'd pretty much be open to everything on the table," Robinson said. "I'm not 100 percent sure what will happen in the next coming weeks as far as being a free agent and things like that, but as everything stands today, I definitely will open to everything on the table."