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Report: Former Miami Dolphins OL Jesse Davis to work out with the Indianapolis Colts

Offensive lineman Jesse Davis spent five of his six seasons playing for the Miami Dolphins.

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The Indianapolis Colts have roughly $20 million left in cap space and may soon invest in the trenches.

Versatile offensive lineman Jesse Davis, who spent five of his six seasons in the NFL with the Miami Dolphins, will work out with the Colts on Tuesday, according to NFL insider Jordan Schultz.

Davis started 72 games in his five seasons with the Dolphins, spending time at right guard, right tackle, and left tackle. The former undrafted free agent allowed eight sacks and was called for four penalties while starting 16 games for Miami in 2021.

He played 58 snaps on special teams for the Steelers last season. The Colts allowed 60 sacks last season — second most behind the Denver Broncos. Former third-round draft pick Bernhard Raimann and former second-round pick Braden Smtih allowed a combined 14 sacks at tackle for the Colts last year.

Considering his limited snap count last season, Davis would serve as a depth signing capable of a spot-start due to his experience starting at three positions.