When the Jets' rookies report to camp on Friday, Quinnen Williams is not expected to be among them, reports SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
Williams, the Jets' first round pick (2nd overall), has not yet signed his contract -- perhaps due to "offset language" or the payment schedule for his signing bonus.
Whenever he signs he'll get a fully guaranteed, four-year contract worth $32.6 million, with a signing bonus of $21.5 million.
Williams was limited during OTAs in early June due to a calf injury, but he was let loose later on.
"Anytime a big guy has any type of calf injury, it could be a time-consuming type thing," Jets head coach Adam Gase said at the time. "So we want to be careful bringing him back. [I've] had some experiences in the past where I've seen guys where it lingers, and [they're] rushing back too fast. You just have to be careful, I think we're in a good place right now. We've done it the right way."
The 21-year-old Williams is among a handful of recent draftees who haven't yet signed -- a list that includes Giants QB Daniel Jones and 49ers DE Nick Bosa, both of whom were picked within the Top 10.