With training camp just weeks away, Jairus Byrd reportedly is no closer to signing a long-term deal with the Buffalo Bills.

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport noted in early June there was "nothing happening" on the contract front. On Friday, a source told ESPN.com's James Walker that all remains quiet between the team and last year's starting free safety.

Byrd and Denver Broncos offensive tackle Ryan Clady are the only two players yet to sign their one-year franchise tender offers. Rapoport has reported that contract talks are underway between Clady and the Broncos' front office, but Byrd is a different story. If no deal is struck and he refuses to sign his one-year, $6.9 million tender by July 15, the fifth-year safety would be out of the picture for training camp. The Bills and Byrd reportedly are $2 million apart annually.