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Where there is Schefter smoke, there is Schefter fire. Or something. The Titans hosted John Abraham for two whole days last week. They were the six teams to hold such a visit, but the only one to really get this far. Titans are discussing the possibility of signing former Falcons DE John Abraham to a deal that could be done this week. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 6, 2013 The reason for the hold up has been, well, Abraham. He's an aging veteran that's a free-agent market that's been unusually low priced. He's asking for $5 million, even if he isn't playing well, most smart teams will stay away from giving out deals like that. Keep in mind that $5 million a year is more than Osi Umenyiora got to replace Abraham in Atlanta. But, the Titans aren't a smart team. So Abraham can just sign away his chances of ever winning a Super Bowl, and chose to take more money to waste away in Tennessee. If that's the attitude he has, he probably wouldn't ...
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