Peyton Manning and Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt. (Photo: Cheryl Evans/The Arizona Republic)
By John Glennon, The Tennessean (Nashville)
Peyton Manning will at least give consideration to returning to the state where he became a college football legend.
The free agent quarterback will visit the Titans and the Dolphins - away from team facilities - sometime during the next three days, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
Manning, who was released last week by the Colts, has visited the Broncos and Cardinals as he seeks to resume his NFL career after sitting out last year because of a neck injury.
Titans owner Bud Adams told The Tennessean on Sunday that "Manning is the man I want ... and I will be disappointed if it doesn't happen."
Adams is believed to have reiterated that message - making the signing of Manning a very high priority - to the Titans' front office on Monday.
Prior to Mortensen's report, the Titans said that no official visit with Manning had been set.