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Julio Jones Next Team Odds: Will Julio Join Tom Brady in Tampa Bay?

Julio Jones is now on the market as a free agent. Will he team up with Tom Brady down in Tampa Bay? Here's a look at Julio Jones' next team odds.
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Julio Jones Next Team Odds: Will Julio Join Tom Brady in Tampa Bay?

After just one season in Tennessee, the Titans decided to move on from Julio Jones. In just 10 games, he had 434 yards and one touchdown after playing just nine games in 2020. Clearly, he's not the same All-Pro talent that he once was but still, he could provide some solid veteran leadership to a team looking for that on the open market.

Where will the 33-year-old receiver land on the open market? Let's take a look and see the potential fits.

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Julio Jones Next Team Odds

Tampa Bay Buccaneers+400
New England Patriots+500
Buffalo Bills+500
Green Bay Packers+650
Kansas City Chiefs+700
Chicago Bears+850
Indianapolis Colts+900

Odds via Adam Thompson

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +400 (Bet $100 to win $400)

I don't know if you heard but Tom Brady is coming back. Yes, isn't it nice? Well, they are trying to get the band back together down in Tampa. Chris Godwin re-upped, they have Mike Evans, they added Russell Gage but perhaps in Julio's quest for a ring, he just teams up with Tom Brady.

I wouldn't blame him for a second. Ever since Brady returned earlier in the week, they've been going into big-time recruitment mode. They have to be a front-runner in the NFC, it makes sense why they are the favorite.

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New England Patriots +500 (Bet $100 to win $500)

Bill Belichick loves a reclamation project at the wide receiver position. Randy Moss, Chad Ochocinco, Antonio Brown, you name them he probably gave it the old college try with them at the end of their career.

The Pats wide receiver room of Nelson Agholor, Kendrick Bourne, and Jakobi Meyers leaves a lot to be desired. If anyone can figure out how to get the most out of Julio, it's Bill. Plus, Mac Jones could use a safety blanket in the red zone.

Green Bay Packers +650 (Bet $100 to win $650)

I know they don't have the third-best odds but I want to talk about Green Bay for a second. After trading away Devonte Adams, the Packers need more in the wide receiver room. They seem like an absolute lock to take a wide out in the first round (finally) but a play on a veteran would also make sense too.

Juwann Winfree, Allen Alazard, and Randall Cobb is not nearly enough at the position. Clearly, the Packers are in win-now mode with Aaron Rodgers back. A one-year, relatively inexpensive deal for a guy who was a former Pro Bowler might not be a bad idea. Plus, they need to give Rodgers a shot at happiness.

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