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Ahead of the July 15 deadline for players to agree to multi-year contracts, the Pro Bowl defensive tackle stated he won't settle for playing on the franchise tag this season, saying Tuesday he "won't play" if not given a long-term deal of his liking.

NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported earlier in the day that Jones, who has not signed his tender, has "always viewed himself as a $20 million-plus-per-year guy." The Chiefs, however, do not share that valuation, Garafolo reported, leaving "a lot of work to be done" if the two sides are to reach a multi-year contract. 

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Jones responded on Twitter to a video of Garafolo's report, saying, "Or I won't play. Le'Veon Bell told me about this."

Or I won’t play. @LeVeonBell told me about this

— Chris Jones (@StoneColdJones) July 1, 2020

Bell sat out the entire 2018 NFL season amid a dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who placed the franchise tag on him for the second consecutive year. The three-time Pro Bowl running back signed a four-year, $52 million deal with the New York Jets last March.

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Jones, 25, has established himself as one of the leading forces of the Chiefs defense, recording 31 sacks in the last three years. He notched nine sacks last year and deflected three passes in Super Bowl LIV to help Kansas City win its first title in 50 years.

Jones would make $16.1 million in 2020 if he opts to play on the franchise tender.

Kansas City has already committed a sizable sum to its core players, including defensive end Frank Clark, who agreed to a five-year, $104 million deal with the team last April after being acquired in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks. Clark agreed in March to restructure part of his contract to help the Chiefs get under the salary cap. Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes is also expected to receive a potentially record-breaking extension.

© Denny Medley, USA TODAY Sports Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones (95) celebrates after a play during the game against the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium.

General manager Brett Veach said in February at the NFL scouting combine that retaining Jones was a "priority' for the team.

“I think the tandem of Chris Jones and Frank Clark is something any team would want," Veach said. "We’re going to work hard to see if we can get that done.”

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Makur Maker announced on Twitter early Friday that he has committed to play at Howard University, choosing the historically Black college from a list of finalists that also included traditional basketball powers Kentucky, Memphis and UCLA.

"I was the 1st to announce my visit to Howard & other started to dream 'what if,'" Maker wrote on Twitter. "I need to make the HBCU movement real so that others will follow."

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Maker, the cousin of Detroit Pistons center Thon Maker, is the highest-ranked recruit to commit to an HBCU in at least a decade. He is the No. 16 player in ESPN's rankings for the Class of 2020, and the No. 17 recruit according to 247 Sports.

© Gregory Payan, AP Hillcrest Prep's Makur Maker at the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, MA.

Maker's guardian, Ed Smith, told ESPN in a recent interview that the community at Howard was "the main difference" between that school and others.

"Just for me on the outside looking in, he's part of the fabric," Smith told the outlet. "You're not just the athlete or the Black athlete."

Maker was born in Kenya and spent most of his childhood in Australia before moving to California in 2015. He finished his high-school playing career at Hillcrest Prep Academy in Arizona, then declared for the NBA draft — though his commitment to Howard signals he will likely now withdraw.

A player with one-and-done potential, Maker noted in his post on Twitter that he hopes to inspire other top talents to follow his lead. He specifically mentioned Mikey Williams, a 2023 five-star recruit who said he has long considered attending an HBCU like his mother, who played softball at Hampton.

"On your side my boy let’s shock the world!!!" Williams wrote on Twitter, reacting to Maker's commitment.

The arrival of Maker, who is 6 feet 11 and agile, should have a significant impact for Howard. The Bison finished 2-20 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference last season, in what was coach Kenny Blakeney's first year at the helm. 

Contact Tom Schad at tschad@usatoday.com or on Twitter @Tom_Schad.

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