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John Abraham tour may begin in Tennessee

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Atlanta Falcons

of the Atlanta Falcons of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during play at the Georgia Dome on January 1, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Grant Halverson

The Titans had planned to target defensive end Mario Williams. They’ve now focused their efforts on quarterback Peyton Manning.

But Tennessee apparently still wants to beef up the pass rush. And they may try to do it by hosting Falcons defensive end John Abraham.

As we understand it, the Titans and Abraham were trying to schedule a visit, but that the Peyton chase has delayed things. With coach Mike Munchak and others traveling to meet with Manning, a visit with Abraham has not been scheduled.

Abraham, 33, has said that he wants more than $12 million per year. Mario Williams is expected to command more than $15 million annually.