His advisor (cousin) is threatening to hold out the entire season and be drafted next year. If this were to happen, it would make all the other draft picks much harder to sign. They all look at the picks close to them and then determine how much money they want. As annoying as it is to sign a top ten draft pick, it makes it slightly easier to look around and see how much people are getting around you.
With rookie saleries skyrocketing and teams willing to pay them, unproven players have been getting more and more money. However, Crabtree (10th pick in the draft) is asking for more money than where he was picked at. He is asking for top 5 money.
The Jaguars claim to be making progress with Monroe, and I hope that this won't effect his ability to get signed.