I won't be surprised if they ring up AC in August and ask how he's doing...and if he'd like to help out for a couple weeks.
Can't hurt to make the call. Sort of how they called up Andrew right before they traded for CW.
I'm hoping Davenport is cut, but then we look at still signing a great swing player in Dennis Kelly. I live in Nashville, and the Titans got plenty of use out of Kelly. He has started at LT, RT, and OG at times and did well at all spots. With the uncertainty with Fisher, you need at least 2 solid backup OTs in case God forbid Braden Smith were also to get injured.
ESPN's Michael Rothstein reports the Colts could be among potential trade partners for Julio Jones.
Rothstein said the 49ers, Patriots, and Raiders could also be in the mix for Julio if the Falcons make the agonizing decision to part ways with their longtime franchise cornerstone. Colts general manager Chris Ballard's willingness to engage in blockbuster trade talks and Indy's salary cap space -- around $21.5 million -- leave the Colts as a favorite to land Jones, 32, if they're willing to part with valuable 2022 draft picks. A healthy Jones would prove a marked upgrade for Carson Wentz and a Colts' receiver group led by fading veteran T.Y. Hilton. Jones has a $23 million cap hit in 2021 and a $20 million hit the following two years. New Atlanta general manager Terry Fontenot has pointedly not shot down Julio trade rumors, saying in April that the Falcons will "answer calls on any players." “When teams ask about players, we have to answer those calls and we have to listen because we do have to, we knew when we stepped into this we were going to have to make some tough decisions because it is just the reality of it," Fontenot added.