What does Abraham visit to Titans mean?

Maybe the Tennessee Titans hit it off with John Abraham, find a comfortable middle ground for a contract and add him.

But it’s important to note as news breaks of a scheduled Thursday-Friday visit in Nashville: It’s just a visit.

The Titans had defensive end Israel Idonije, right tackle Eric Winston and cornerback Jason Allen to Nashville early this week. They all left and none has been signed.

Tennessee is serious about continuing to add to its roster.

If they could land Idonije or Abraham, in addition to Winston and Allen, they’d be a better team for sure. Heck, one of those four guys makes them better and enhances competition and depth.

Ultimately there will be at least a few more new Titans. They could arrive now. Or via cuts around the league when rookies get signed. Or during camp. Or after final cuts around the league following the preseason. We don’t know when.

For fans who tend to go wild over recognizable names, they have to like the list that’s emerged this week.

None of them will make or break this team’s chances in 2013. But I think any one of them would be a good addition.

And on May 2, the team has a lot more leverage than the player, so there may be a bargain to be had.