Running back Josh Jacobs reportedly is not expected to be present at the start of training camp after he and the Las Vegas Raiders failed to agree to a long-term contract extension ahead of Monday's 4 p.m. ET deadline.

As NFL Network's Tom Pelissero explained, Jacobs is yet to sign the $10.1 million franchise tender the Raiders offered him. That means he cannot be fined for missing training camp.

With that as the backdrop, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reported he likely will not be present when Las Vegas begins training camp practices on July 26. Vic Tafur of The Athletic added that "we won't be seeing Josh Jacobs for a long time."

Jacobs can take it further than just training camp if he prefers.