Veteran defensive end John Abraham is talking with "more than one" team as he looks to extend his NFL career at age 35.
A source with knowledge of the situation said Abraham's representatives are talking with multiple teams, though the source did not name those clubs.
One team that courted Abraham earlier in the off-season, the Tennessee Titans, however, are not in the mix for the former Jets and Falcons defensive end. Abraham had 10 sacks for the Falcons last season, but was released in a cost-cutting move by Atlanta.
Going back to the Falcons might not be out of the question for Abraham, while the Denver Broncos could be in the market for pass rush help with Monday's announcement of the suspension of Von Miller. The New York Giants always seem to find room for pass rushers as well.
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