Days after bypassing a defensive end in the early-rounds of the NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans are meeting with four-time Pro Bowl defensive end John Abraham over the next two days, according to reports. Abraham, 34, has not shown signs of slowing down. Last season, he led the Falcons with 10.0 sacks and added 38 quarterback hurries. Abraham was released in March in a cost-cutting move.
Heading into the offseason, the Tennessee Titans must address needs at safety, guard, center and defensive end. TE Jared Cook and K Rob Bironas, two prominent veterans, are the Titans' top two priorities among their own free agents.
The Tennessee Titans were eliminated from playoff contention long before Week 17 in a disappointing 6-10 season that nearly cost coach Mike Munchak his job. Still, a number of Titans' players turned in standout seasons in 2012. RB Chris Johnson heads CBSSports.com's RapidReports list of Titans MVPs.
Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak's job could be on the line when his team closes the season on Sunday vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans are 0-5 this season against AFC South divisional opponents. QB Jake Locker will play behind a makeshift offensive line that will have its fifth different starting lineup in 2012. Tennessee has lost four of its last five games.