Davis acknowledged Monday that -- even if general manager Reggie McKenzie wanted to sign the former Miami Dolphin -- the concept would give him pause.
Silver: Incognito eyes NFL return
"I'd have to think about that, at that time," Davis told reporters at the NFL Annual Meeting.
Incognito told NFL Media columnist Michael Silver last week that he'd be "100 percent into" donning the Silver and Black, a franchise the blocker claimed "would fit my personality the best."
We'd be stunned if Incognito were even on Oakland's radar. McKenzie's free agency haul has zeroed in on experienced veterans with pedigrees of leadership inside the locker room.
Besides, Incognito can't be paid or play until he undergoes a comprehensive evaluation by league and NFL Players Association-mandated medical advisers. Then it falls on Commissioner Roger Goodell to review that report and recommendation for a guard who, by the way, was far from an elite player before his exile.
Here's what else we heard from Davis here in Florida:
"That's what you used to say," Davis shot back, before considering the question.