New York Giants star running back Saquon Barkley does not plan to sign his franchise tender before the team’s offseason program begins Monday.

The Giants designated Barkley as their franchise player last month but have continued contract negotiations with the former No. 2 overall draft selection.

Giants owner John Mara said last month that he hoped to reach a long-term deal and that he wants Barkley “to be a Giant for his entire career.”

But the negotiations remained at a stalemate as of Wednesday morning and Barkley would not be eligible to participate in the offseason program unless he is under contract.

If the Giants do not sign Barkley to a long-term deal by July 15, the two-time Pro Bowler would make $10.091 million in 2023 under the one-year franchise tender.

General manager Joe Schoen has repeatedly stated that the Giants would prefer a long-term contract for Barkley, who reportedly declined the team’s offer last November of a deal worth approximately $12 million per year.