There won’t be any elaboration on an ongoing contract disagreement in the NFL.

Cowboys wideout CeeDee Lamb swiftly dismissed the notion that he would engage in any discussions about his expiring rookie contract when he responded to a tweet promoting his youth football camp on Tuesday.

“I’m not entertaining any talks about contract negotiations, if that happens to be your inquiry…” Lamb stated on X. “You’ll receive 0 responses. This is all about the kids.”

Lamb’s recent interactions on X also involved a disagreement with ex-Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley.

CeeDee Lamb is yet to address the media this offseason regarding his contract dispute. Getty Images

On July 4, Beasley suggested that Lamb should “just focus on heavy squats and power cleans” in response to a workout video from the current star.

In response to a fan questioning the 35-year-old, Beasley insinuated that Lamb’s performance metrics might not be as impressive as they appear.

“Grant me 180 targets straight from the sofa and I’ll surpass 1000,” Beasley commented. “Quit fixating on statistics and review the footage.”

However, Lamb was not amused.

Former slot receiver for Cowboys and Giants, Cole Beasley, criticized the 25-year-old current Dallas star. Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

“I don’t need 180 targets to stretch a band,” Lamb retorted on July 5. “Review the tape, I’d replicate your route running to perfection. Just Relax.”

Lamb’s recent tweets appear to be quite frequent, considering his relative dormancy since the offseason commenced — a period of absence not only from the social media platform but also from the football field.

The Dallas Morning News recently suggested that Lamb, who was conspicuously missing from Dallas’ mandatory minicamp, might also opt to skip training camp unless he receives suitable compensation.

Throughout his four-year tenure with the Cowboys, the 25-year-old Lamb has maintained an impressive average of 98.75 receptions, 1,286 yards, and eight touchdowns per season.

Since entering the NFL in 2020, very few defenders have been able to contain Lamb. AP

Remarkably, of the five receivers who achieved over 1,400 yards last season, Lamb was one of only two not earning more than $30 million annually, the other being promising second-year talent Puka Nacua.

Until Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones decides to allocate the necessary funds to pay the nearly unbeatable Lamb — an amount likely exceeding $32 million annually — it appears that this exchange of words will remain unsettled for the foreseeable future, potentially leading to an extended holdout during the regular season or even a trade.