Xavien Howard officially skipped the Miami Dolphins' entire three-day minicamp, holding out over contract demands.

Having signed a five-year, $75.25 million extension in 2019 that ties him to Miami through the 2024 season, Howard wants a reworked contract just two years later.

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The presumption is the All-Pro corner is miffed that he makes less than teammate Byron Jones, who inked a five-year $82.5 million deal in free agency last year. With Howard outplaying Jones significantly, the thought process follows that the former feels like he's due a tweak in salary to balance the scale.

Jones met with the media on the final day of minicamp and was asked about Howard's situation.