Michael Lombardi of NFL Network says the Tennessee Titans are preparing for a visit from Peyton Manning.
However, sources close to the Titans have yet to indicate that an official visit has been nailed down at the present time.
On Sunday, owner Bud Adams made news by saying publicly that he wanted to meet with Manning, who starred at the University of Tennessee and for the past 14 years with the Titans' AFC South rival Indianapolis.
The Titans have $28 million in cap room, but also have a tricky situation with the quarterbacks currently on the roster in Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker, complicating the pursuit of Manning somewhat.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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