One thing from yesterday I hadn't mentioned yet: Talks between John Abraham & #Titans are in a "stall." Not dead. No one moving quickly
Titans are discussing the possibility of signing former Falcons DE John Abraham to a deal that could be done this week.
NFL.com "NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reached out to a source close to the defensive end, who said there was "nothing to it." The source added that "perhaps (Abraham is) expressing the frustration" he has with a free-agent process that hasn't yielded a new job. With Abraham coming off a 10-sack season -- and..." May 05
Veteran pass-rusher John Abraham will visit the #Titans today and tomorrow, I'm told. Interesting...
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Former Falcons defensive end John Abraham, in a statement provided to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, wanted to publicly bid farewell to team, the fans and the city. “I want to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Arthur Blank, head coach Mike Smith, (president) Rich McKay, (director of player..." March 06
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Former Falcons defensive end John Abraham, still sporting Falcons gear, went on the NFL Total Access show on the NFL Network on Friday. Courtesy of the folks over at The Network, here are some excerpts from the interview with Scott Hanson: ON BEING RELEASED: “The first reaction is, you are..." March 02
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "With an eye toward creating some salary cap space and getting younger, the Falcons released three key veterans -- running back Michael Turner, defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson -- on Friday, the team confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Turner’s release saves the..." March 01
Major moves in ATL: Falcons are releasing CB Dunta Robinson, RB Michael Turner and DE John Abraham today.
The Falcoholic "In this series, we'll take closer look at players who could be cut by the Falcons in an effort to save money or find better options. To begin with, we look at John Abraham. I'm on record believing that John Abraham won't be released this off-season, but we have to at least consider the..." February 26
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Falcons may have been just 10 yards short from reaching Super Bowl XLVII, but don’t expect them to stand pat in 2013. Like old crooner Sam Cooke use to sing, “A change is gonna come.” Contending teams that remain stagnant in the NFL risk falling back into the pack of mediocrity. The Falcons..." February 05