Dillon to Visit Titans

Adam Caplan is reporting free agent Corey Dillon will visit the Titans, his first official visit to any team.
Somehow, this makes a little more sense to me than the reports of Chargers restricted free agent RB Michael Turner coming to Tennessee. San Diego has tendered Turner at the first- and third-round level and I imagine they will match any reasonable offer made to him. I just don’t see Mike Reinfeldt offering much money to Turner, let alone giving up the picks. He hasn’t offered much to anyone else yet, especially the Titans’ own Travis Henry.
I doubt if Reinfeldt will offer Dillon more than a one-year deal. He’ll turn 33 years old this fall, ancient for a running back. Dillon has over 11,000 yards rushing in his 11-year career, so he’s got a lot of mileage and wear and tear on him. But if Reinfeldt can get him for a year, I’d like to have him.
Last year Dillon split carries with rookie Laurence Maroney in New England and gained 812 yards on 199 rushes, a 4.1-yard average.

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