The right tackle market got significantly better Thursday morning with news that Atlanta was releasing starter Tyson Clabo to free up money on its salary cap.

Clabo’s agent, Chad Speck, announced the news on his Twitter account.

Clabo has 100 career starts and is 31 years old.

The natural speculation is he could be a fit for the Jaguars because general manager Dave Caldwell was previously in Atlanta’s front office and because the Jaguars need a right tackle.

But the Jaguars haven’t expressed any public interest in players older than 30 and who have made any kind of big money before.

In a series of tweets, Speck promoted Clabo’s performance:

“Clabo immediately becomes one of the top two tackles on the open market. He’s started 91 consecutive games.”