Abraham is scheduled to visit Seattle this week. The Seahawks tried to acquire defensive end John Abraham once before. According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, Abraham is scheduled to visit the 49ers after he leaves a stop with the Seahawks today. Former Falcons defensive end John Abraham currently is touring a couple of West Coast teams, the Seahawks and the 49ers. Unlike the free agents who can only be legally tampered with starting at midnight, Abraham can go visit teams since he was released by the Falcons. Abraham has been one of the league's most consistent pass-rushers, but he turns 35 in May, and the fact Atlanta cut him a year after re-signing him to a relatively modest three-year, $16.7 million contract suggests he is probably more of a situational pass-rusher at this point in his career. Improving the pass rush is a priority for the Seahawks, who had 36 sacks last season, tied for 18th in the league.
When scouting potential teams for free-agent defensive end John Abraham, here’s another to keep an eye on. The Buccaneers. The Bucs were interested in Abraham last season, and they could be even more interested in 2013, especially if/when Michael Bennet