There doesn't appear to be any movement with the Earl Thomas holdout.
Thomas has been very vocal about his desire for a contract extension or a trade as he enters the final season of a four-year, $40-million deal.
According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the team is aware that Thomas is prepared to sit but has said there is "zero chance" of a new deal if he does not report. The 29-year-old skipped the team's mandatory minicamp last month in protest.
When Thomas signed his deal in 2014, he ranked as the highest-paid safety in the league; however, his annual salary is now sixth at the position.