Julio Jones trusted in Falcons owner Arthur Blank’s word that the game-changing wide receiver would get a new contract.

On Saturday, Jones’  new deal is coming to fruition the wide receiver and Falcons are finalizing an extension that is expected to be a three-year, $66 million deal, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport are reporting, per league sources.

Rapoport adds there are a “few big conversations left to finalize.”

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The $22 million per season would make Jones the highest-paid receiver in the game.

Rapoport reports of the $66 million, a whopping $64 million is guaranteed.

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