NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The whole Julio Jones thing was weird, right?

Sunday his final play was Ryan Tannehill’s 28-yard run with 4:13 left in the third quarter. He was downfield blocking and took an odd hop as he finished but TV and coach’s tape didn’t really reveal anything about the play.

He was checked out on the sideline early in the fourth quarter -- we don't know if it's related to that -- and asked back in. Rob Moore was unreceptive and Jones never returned to the game, which was 14-13 when he left.

Julio Jones

Pool photo/ George Walker, The Tennessean

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