One of the best Tennessee players in recent memory keeps the Vols top of mind even in the NFL. Josh Dobbs, who began his NFL career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, now plays for the Jacksonville Jaguars. But no matter where he travels, the Vols are only a Wi-Fi connection away.

Dobbs was a guest on “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Thursday and shared the routine he goes through to watch his alma mater.

“I guess it all depends on if you’re at home or away,” Dobbs said. “But on away games, you’re literally sitting on the tarmac at the airport and you have ESPN pulled up on your phone and you’re watching it. Or you’re in night meetings and you have your phone turned all the way down, you just have it over there, just staying tuned in. You got the ESPN updates on your watch. I’ve been tuned in to every single game since I left.”

Dobbs said he sometimes has to deal with disconnections in the air during a flight, but that doesn’t stop his pursuit to find the latest Vol update. Finebaum noted that Dobbs is an engineer, and that he could figure it out, Dobbs replied he would add it to his to-do list.

Dobbs was traded from Pittsburgh to Jacksonville in September in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round pick. He was a fourth-round pick in 2017.