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Today, it has been reported that John Abraham , who is arguably the best defensive end on the market right now, has a two-day visit with the Tennessee Titans. Multiple reports have the Titans interested in Abraham, which let's face it, why wouldn't they be, but should Abraham be interested in the Titans?
I'm here to tell you that John Abraham will not go to the Titans. No I don't have any inside information, but I do know the two things that drive all football players in today's NFL and the Titans trumph neither.
For a player that has been in the league for 14 years with the kind of production he has had, trust me when I tell you, John Abraham has made his money, which scratches the number one motivation off the list. Money drives almost everything that a player does and that is understandable due to the fact that any sporting career is a short one, so the logic is to make it while you can. What if a player has made the money? Well then the focus shifts to th...
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John Abraham has played 13 seasons in the NFL and is nearing the end of his career. He recently tweeted about retirement.
The Titans have invited John Abraham in for a look. Abraham who turns 35 on Monday would likely serve as a situational pass rusher.
Last year Abraham recorded 10 sacks for the Atlanta Falcons but had none after Week 12. Abraham has spent the last seven years of his career with the Falcons.
A visit to the Titans hardly means a signing. The Titans had defensive end Israel Idonije,...
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that free agent DE John Abraham is not considering retirement, despite posting some cryptic tweets on Saturday.
Abraham posted “Retiring 13″ and “Done” to his Twitter account, but both have since been deleted.
A source close Abraham informed Rapoport that there was ”nothing to it” and he is not considering retirement. The source added...
Free agent defensive end John Abraham sent out a pair of
tweets which included three words that captured national attention yesterday.
The veteran pass rusher said “retiring 13” in one tweet and followed it up with
“done” in another. Naturally, this led to speculation that the 13-year pro was
calling it a career, but this isn’t the case, according to Ian Rapoport of
Free agent defensive end John Abraham posted some tweets tonight that would make us think that he plans on retiring.
— John Abraham(Mr.100) (@johnabraham55) May 4, 2013
— John Abraham(Mr.100) (@johnabraham55) May 4, 2013
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network via NFL.com, a source told him that Abraham isn’t retiring. He’s likely frustrated with his...
Jim Wyatt reports that the Titans have scheduled a visit with free agent DE John Abraham for this Friday.
Abraham, 34, has found very little interest since being released by the Falcons a few months ago. He met with the Patriots a few weeks into free agency and also found some interest from teams like the Dolphins and Broncos, but both of them have since added a defensive end...
Much attention has been paid to Mr. John Abraham. Since visiting with the Patriots nearly 2 months ago, he has yet to sign with any other teams. The Patriots weren't the only team he visit of course.
Besides the Patriots, five other teams have all hosted Abraham before today, none have been willing to meet his price. Now it seems another suitor has entered the mix.
Free agent defensive lineman John Abraham will visit with the Tennessee Titans this week, according to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk. The former Atlanta Falcons pass rusher will meet with the Titans today and tomorrow.
Abraham was cut by the Falcons earlier this offseason, as the team parted ways with several veterans -- also including Michael Turner and Dunta Robinson...
The Patriots pursuit of veteran pass rusher John Abraham may soon be over, but not with the outcome many expected.
The former Falcons defensive end is visiting with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
The Titans are in need of a veteran pass rusher to help bolster their defensive line, and Abraham likely isn’t asking for quite as much...
With the Titans lacking in the pass rush department, they are looking to bring in two veterans in Dwight Freeney and John Abraham, both would likely come in and play the situational down-rush role.The Titans were only able to account for 39 total sacks, which equals the amount their competitors got against them.John Abraham will complete his two day visit of the Titans’ facilities...
Between Orb winning the Kentucky Derby and Floyd Mayweather Jr. remaining undefeated after a bout with Robert Guerrero, John Abraham confused his fans with a couple of cryptic tweets.
The tweets have been deleted since, but they read “Retiring 13,” followed by “Done.” Abraham is not planning to retire, though, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Rapoport’s source said...
Well, the Tennessee Titans are going all in for a pass rusher, according to nfl.com:
Rapoport followed that up with a report on "NFL Total Access" that Dwight Freeney also is expected to visit Nashville, Tenn., possibly in the coming days.
No signing is imminent. The team wants to gauge how much each player has left in the tank before moving on to the next step....